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"014" Pill Images

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Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate ER 014

014

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Dantrium DANTRIUM 25 mg 0149 0030

DANTRIUM 25 mg 0149 0030

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Phenobarbital 5014 V

5014 V

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Fenesin DM DU RA FDM 014

DU RA FDM 014

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Pacerone P200 U-S 0147

P200 U-S 0147

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Estratab SOLVAY 1014

SOLVAY 1014

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Luride 014 COP

014 COP

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  • Drug: Luride
  • Strength: 0.5 mg
  • Pill Imprint: 014 COP
  • Color: Purple
  • Shape: Round
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Macrodantin MACRODANTIN 25 mg 0149 0007

MACRODANTIN 25 mg 0149 0007

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Macrodantin MACRODANTIN 50 mg 0149 0008

MACRODANTIN 50 mg 0149 0008

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Macrodantin MACRODANTIN 100 mg 0149 0009

MACRODANTIN 100 mg 0149 0009

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