[Nicolau syndrome after administration of glatiramer acetate].

Abstract

Local complications associated with glatiramer acetate are frequent, especially at the injection site. The presence of pain, oedema, and local erythema is almost a given in areas where the drug is administered subcutaneously. However, the presence of cutaneous necrosis should alert doctors to the possibility of impairment of underlying vascular structures… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.nrl.2012.04.010

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@article{Prez2013NicolauSA, title={[Nicolau syndrome after administration of glatiramer acetate].}, author={Ana Pulido P{\'e}rez and Ver{\'o}nica Parra Blanco and Ricardo Maria Suarez Fernandez}, journal={Neurologia}, year={2013}, volume={28 7}, pages={448-9} }