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Valproate-induced hyperammonaemic encephalopathy revealing adult onset ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency: about an unusual case

Bibliographic reference Rage, Michael ; Nassogne, Marie-Cécile ; Laloux, Patrice ; Ossemann, Michel. Valproate-induced hyperammonaemic encephalopathy revealing adult onset ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency: about an unusual case.16th Annual Meeting of the European-Neurological-Society (Lausanne (Switzerland), May 27-31, 2006). In: Journal of Neurology : official journal of the European Neurological Society, Vol. 253, p. 116 (2006)
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