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A fatal case of creosote poisoning.
  1. C. E. Bowman,
  2. M. F. Muhleman,
  3. E. Walters


    A case of fatal creosote poisoning is described. On presentation, extensive oropharyngeal ulceration was noted and gastric lavage withheld. Post-mortem examination showed an intact oesophagus and stomach.

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