A novel case of numb bum
Davidson JA, Isaacs RA.
Accident and Emergency Department,
Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, UK.
Eur J Emerg Med. 2004 Oct;11(5):285-6


Cocaine is a drug with a myriad of pharmacological properties enabling it to be used as a therapeutic agent in medicine. The adverse effects of the recreational use of this drug are often observed in patients presenting to the Emergency Department. This paper describes a patient who presented with unusual symptoms after the rectal administration of cocaine, and the proposed explanation for these symptoms.

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