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Tolbutamide and fatal water intoxication

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2018

Pritesh J. Shah
Affiliation:
Division of Psychiatry Bergen Pines County Hospital Paramus, New Jersey, USA, 07652
William M. Greenberg
Affiliation:
Division of Psychiatry Bergen Pines County Hospital Paramus, New Jersey, USA, 07652
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