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Ketoconazole in visceral leishmaniasis


Lancet 336(Dec. 22/29): 1582-1583
Ketoconazole in visceral leishmaniasis
Ketoconazole has previously been reported as a successful treatment for Indian visceral leishmaniasis (ibid., 1990, Sept. 20, 810) and also for cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis unresponsive to sodium antimony gluconate.

Accession: 002147550

PMID: 1979393

DOI: 10.1016/0140-6736(90)93358-V

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