Changes in the Cornea and Lens in Patients on Long-Term Chlorpromazine Therapy
AbstractIn recent years several observers have reported a reddish slate color of the skin and varying types of pigment deposit in the lens and cornea of persons on long-term treatment with chlorpromazine. The authors describe in detail the several changes which may be found in the eye.
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