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Burt Meyers

  • CLINICAL PROFESSOR Medicine, Infectious Diseases
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Prevention and treatment of infections in transplant and immunosupressed patients, resistance to antimicrobial agents


Kim Schluger L, Sheiner P, Jonas M, Guerra J, Fiel I, Meyers B, Berk P. Isoniazid Hepatotoxicity After Orthotopic Liver Transplantation. Mt. Sinai Journal of Medicine 1996; 63: 364-369.

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