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The use of free serum phenytoin concentrations, albumin, and neurologic assessment to improve dosing of phenytoin

The use of free serum phenytoin concentrations, albumin, and neurologic assessment to improve dosing of phenytoin

Epilepsia 33(Suppl. 3): 107

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