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Baboon Syndrome: when antibiotics turn mad - drugdiscovery.com
Baboon Syndrome: when antibiotics turn mad - drugdiscovery.com


Baboon syndrome is a rare, but visible side-effect of antibiotics. This syndrome causes red spots or fields on the skin and sometimes it can lead to several complications as well.
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Tags: baboon, antibiotics, skin - January 5, 2014
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