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Bosak A, Lovecchio F, Levine M. 
“Recurrent Seizures and Serotonin Syndrome Following '2C-I' Ingestion”. 
J Med Toxicol. 2013 Feb 4.
The phenethylamines, including 2, 5 dimethoxy-4-iodophenethylamine, commonly referred to as 2C-I, have recently emerged as a new class of designer drugs. Cases of toxicity from these drugs are not well described in the literature. This case report describes a 19 year-old male who insufflated 2C-I. Following the ingestion, the patient developed recurrent seizures, and was taken to the emergency department, where he was noted to be hyperadrenergic and had recurrent seizures. The patient was diagnosed with serotonin syndrome and experienced prolonged respiratory failure, although he ultimately made a full recovery. Comprehensive drug testing revealed the presence of 2C-I. The pharmacologic properties of 2C-I are also discussed.
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May 14, 2013 20:59
Probably 25I-NBOMe #

There is some possibility that this paper is about "25I-NBOMe" rather than "2C-I". The authors may note this in the full paper, but the title itself might be misleading.
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