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Bertram M, Egelhoff T, Schwarz S, Schwab S. 
“Toxic leukencephalopathy following 'ecstasy' ingestion”. 
J Neurol. 1999 Jul;246(7):617-8.
Ecstasy (3,4-methylene-dioxymethamphetamine,MDMA,“XTC,” “Adam,” “E”) is a popular oral recreational drug which has become established in the illegal drug scene. Since the late 1980s there have been a number of reports about complications associated with using this drug. Because of the widespread and growing use of Ecstasy we describe a newly observed severe neurological sequela of observed but not biochemically confirmed ingestion of Ecstasy.
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