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dc.contributor.authorPace, Joseph L.-
dc.identifier.citationPace, J.L. (1975). A tonic with rather unpleasant side effects. The St. Luke`s Hospital Gazette, 10(1), 54-56.en_GB
dc.description.abstractA case study of patient with a fixed eruption due to quinine contained in Tonic Water is described. Fixed eruptions are uncommon but not rare. They are usually not difficult to diagnose once the possibility is considered. A long and detailed history with subsequent re challenging (orally) with the suspected offending agent offers the best means of diagnosis although a 48 hour occlusive patch test at the site of the eruption sometimes may also be useful. Patient was advised to avoid all quinine containing beverages.en_GB
dc.publisherThe St. Luke`s Hospital Gazetteen_GB
dc.subjectDrugs -- Side effectsen_GB
dc.subjectDrug allergyen_GB
dc.subjectDrug hypersensitivityen_GB
dc.titleA tonic with rather unpleasant side effectsen_GB
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