Panic attacks associated with citalopram.: An article from: Southern Medical Journal

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Citation Details
Title: Panic attacks associated with citalopram.
Author: Heidi R. Brauer
Publication: Southern Medical Journal (Refereed)
Date: September 1, 2002
Publisher: Southern Medical Association
Volume: 95 Issue: 9 Page: 1088(2)

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