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Lithium and Psoriasis

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 January 2018

Annika Skott
Affiliation:
Psychiatric Research Centre, St Jörgen's Hospital, S-422 03 Hisings Backa, Sweden
Britt-Louise Magnusson
Affiliation:
Psychiatric Research Centre, St Jörgen's Hospital, S-422 03 Hisings Backa, Sweden
Håkan Mobacken
Affiliation:
Psychiatric Research Centre, St Jörgen's Hospital, S-422 03 Hisings Backa, Sweden
Jan-Erik Starmark
Affiliation:
Psychiatric Research Centre, St Jörgen's Hospital, S-422 03 Hisings Backa, Sweden
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