Cannabinoid hyperemesis-syndrom kan lindres af varme bade

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Cannabinoid hyperemesis-syndrom kan lindres af varme bade. / Søndermølle, Maria Birgitte; Randers, Else.

I: Ugeskrift for Læger, Bind 183, Nr. 15, V12200914, 04.2021.

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Søndermølle MB, Randers E. 2021. Cannabinoid hyperemesis-syndrom kan lindres af varme bade. Ugeskrift for Læger. 183(15):Article V12200914.

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Søndermølle, Maria Birgitte og Else Randers. "Cannabinoid hyperemesis-syndrom kan lindres af varme bade". Ugeskrift for Læger. 2021. 183(15).

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Søndermølle MB, Randers E. Cannabinoid hyperemesis-syndrom kan lindres af varme bade. Ugeskrift for Læger. 2021 apr.;183(15):V12200914.

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Søndermølle, Maria Birgitte ; Randers, Else. / Cannabinoid hyperemesis-syndrom kan lindres af varme bade. I: Ugeskrift for Læger. 2021 ; Bind 183, Nr. 15.

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