Skin rash after oral N-acetylcysteine for kidney protection.

  • Fadi I. Jabr
  • Published 2014 in International journal of dermatology


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@article{Jabr2014SkinRA, title={Skin rash after oral N-acetylcysteine for kidney protection.}, author={Fadi I. Jabr}, journal={International journal of dermatology}, year={2014}, volume={53 3}, pages={e189-90} }