Ozone‐induced encephalopathy: A novel iatrogenic entity

@article{Haggiag2021OzoneinducedEA,
  title={Ozone‐induced encephalopathy: A novel iatrogenic entity},
  author={Shalom Haggiag and Luca Prosperini and A. Stasolla and Carmela Gerace and Carla Tortorella and Claudio Gasperini},
  journal={European Journal of Neurology},
  year={2021},
  volume={28}
}
Ozone‐based treatments can be associated with central nervous system toxicity, which we have termed ozone‐induced encephalopathy (OIE). A detailed description of its phenotype is lacking. 

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