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Metronidazole neuropathy.
  1. A Coxon,
  2. C A Pallis


    Two patients are described who developed sensory neuropathy after the ingestion of 30.6 and 114 g metronidazole respectively. The drug, widely used in gastroenterological and gynaecological practice, has not hitherto been considered neurotoxic. The implications are stressed in relation to the differential diagnosis of patients with gastroenterological disorders who develop peripheral neuropathy.

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