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Serum anticonvulsant concentrations and the risk of drug induced skin eruptions.
  1. D Chadwick,
  2. M D Shaw,
  3. P Foy,
  4. M D Rawlins,
  5. D M Turnbull


    In two prospective studies of anticonvulsant therapy there was a high incidence of drug-induced skin reactions to phenytoin (7%) and carbamazepine (16.6%). High initial serum concentrations of these drugs appeared to be a factor influencing the occurrence of such skin reactions.

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