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Oesophageal stricture associated with emepronium bromide therapy.
  1. I. W. Fellows,
  2. A. L. Ogilvie,
  3. M. Atkinson


    Emepronium bromide, a drug used to control urinary frequency, has been reported as causing oesophageal ulceration but not stricture formation. This paper presents 3 cases in which the use of emepronium bromide preceded development of an oesophageal stricture and suggests that the drug played a causative role.

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