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Acute liver failure with renal impairment related to the abuse of senna anthraquinone glycosides.

Bibliographic reference Vanderperren, Bénédicte ; Rizzo, Michela ; Angenot, Luc ; Haufroid, Vincent ; Jadoul, Michel ; et. al. Acute liver failure with renal impairment related to the abuse of senna anthraquinone glycosides.. In: The Annals of pharmacotherapy, Vol. 39, no. 7-8, p. 1353-7 (2005)
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