drug-induced disease

drug-in·duced dis·ease

a toxic reaction to or morbid condition resulting from the administration of a drug.

drug-in·duced dis·ease

(drŭg-in-dūst di-zēz)
Toxic reaction or morbid condition due to administration of a drug.
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NYSE: PFE) on behalf of the family of a nine-year-old New York girl who died in June 2004 as the result of a drug-induced disease known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome, which caused all of her skin to peel off.
Generally, complement levels are low in drug-induced disease.
Although drug-induced syndromes have previously been described as mild syndromes, a timely diagnosis of drug-induced disease can be critical in life-threatening illnesses such as vasculitis, glomerulonephritis, or pulmonary failure, which underscores the importance for definitive diagnostic testing.
11) Fatal cases that have been reported involved doses as low as 100 mg per day and have included glomerulonephritis, which historically was thought not to be a consequence with the drug-induced disease.
Toxicogenomics promises to use new methods and technologies to obtain a more fundamental understanding of chemical- and drug-induced disease processes.
s labor union in Tokushima, western Japan, for its activities to tackle drug-induced diseases.
Victims have said there is a need to make greater efforts because none of the lessons learned in the aftermath of the SMON epidemic were applied and because the Health and Welfare Ministry failed to live up to its promise of preventing the occurrence of drug-induced diseases.

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