In man, azidomorphine, a new morphine congener, constricted pupils, produced morphine-like subjective effects and euphoria, and suppressed the morphine abstinence syndrome. Azidomorphine was 10 to 50 times as potent as morphine. It is concluded that in man azidomorphine is a typical morphine-like drug.
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