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 Acupuncture Usage - Side Effects: Current Bibliographies in Medicine
Acupuncture Usage
Side Effects
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Wright RS, Kupperman JL, Liebhaber MI. Bilateral tension pneumothoraces after acupuncture. West J Med 1991 Jan;154(1):102-3. Comment in: West J Med 1991 Jun;154(6):736-7.

Yamaguchi S, Kyakuno M, Osafune M. [Foreign body in the kidney: a case report and a review of the Japanese literature]. Hinyokika Kiyo 1989 Apr;35(4):665-9. (Jpn).

Yuzawa M, Hara Y, Kobayashi Y, Ishiyama S, Tozuka K, Nakamura S, Tokue A. [Foreign body stone of the ureter as a complication of acupuncture: report of a case]. Hinyokika Kiyo 1991 Oct;37(10):1323-7. (Jpn).

Zahger D, Moses A, Slater PE, Ben-Ishai P, Levental A, Bashary A, Costin C, Shouval D. [An outbreak of hepatitis B associated with acupuncture]. Harefuah 1989 Mar 15;116(6):300-2. (Heb).

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