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Editor—Disturbing symptoms from the use of mobile telephones are being increasingly reported and have been described by Hocking.1 One of us (RAFC) has also collected a series of such cases but has not published them to date.
Many of these cases are characterised by symptoms of dizziness, disorientation, nausea, headache, and transient confusion. Such symptoms might be expected to arise from unilateral stimulation …
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