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COKE LIVe: recurrent vasculitis secondary to cocaine contaminated with levamisole


Levamisole-induced vasculitis (LIV) is becoming an increasingly common entity secondary to both rising cocaine use in the UK and high levels of adulteration of cocaine with various contaminants. We report the first documented case of LIV secondary to adulterated cocaine in Ireland, which presented as a 6-year history of recurrent vasculitis of…

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