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drug-induced

caused by the administration of a drug. See also iatrogenic.
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The legislation would expand the drug-induced homicide to include all persons, regardless of age.
The symptoms of drug-induced liver injury can vary and may include jaundice, nausea, fatigue, and gastrointestinal discomfort.
Current concepts on the diagnosis and pathogenesis of drug-induced hypersensitivity syndrome.
Overall, the most common drug associated with drug-induced liver injury was acetaminophen (300 cases), followed by antituberculosis medications (30) and antibiotics (30).
06; (5) positive drug lymphocyte transformation test or macrophage migration inhibition test; (6) all serum markers of hepatitis virus negative; (7) and a history of drug-induced hepatitis and used the same drug that induced it.
That is why we believe that our case makes the call for the Olanzapine to be considered as a cause for a possible drug-induced fever in the absence of all the other features of neuromalignant syndrome.
The drop is partly due to a separate provision of the new law which required doctors to follow FDA guidelines on medicines used for drug-induced abortions.
A double-blinded randomized controlled trial of silymarin for the prevention of antituberculosis drug-induced liver injury.
Currently,HRCT is considered the best non-invasive method to assess the presence of drug-induced lung disease.
If you suspect your patient may have drug-induced liver injury (DILI), take a careful medication history, assess for risk factors, and investigate other possible causes.
Key words: Drug-induced thrombocytopenia, Fenofibrate, Adverse drug reaction
Therefore, we present a clinical case of drug-induced hepatitis, after the administration of monoclonal antibodies over six months, with a remarkable contrast between the major biochemical changes (transaminases approximately 100 times over normal--one of the few cases reported in the literature with such an important increase) and the absence of any symptoms.

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