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Journal of Addiction and Dependence
Baclofen has been commonly used for the treatment of various neurological disorders. Because of its ability to suppress alcohol consumption and craving, it has now been introduced in the treatment of alcohol dependence. Baclofen-induced skin rashes are extremely rare, especially morbiliform rashes. We report a case, who developed morbiliform rashes with a low dose of baclofen. Citation: Singh, H., et al. Baclofen-Induced Morbiliform Rashes in Alcohol Dependence: A Case Report. (2015) J Addictdoi:10.15436/2471-061x.15.008 fatcat:svanrd6b55fgbn2mlgugixhvym