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Phencyclidine, ketamine, and khat phencyclidine (PCP, DOA, 'angel dust', 'crystal', 'hog')



Phencyclidine, ketamine, and khat phencyclidine (PCP, DOA, 'angel dust', 'crystal', 'hog')



Irish Medical Journal 93(6): 185




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