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Carbamazepine in Reiter's syndrome
  1. N N Goyal,
  2. R S Dhurat,
  3. H R Jerajani
  1. Department of Dermatology, LTM Medical College and LTM General Hospital, Sion, Mumbai - 400063, India
  1. Dr N N Goyal, 14 Vinay, Prayas Sadan, Chheda nagar, Chembur, Mumbai - 400089, Indiamadhunil{at}

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