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Model for end-stage liver disease score as a predictor of short-term outcome in patients with drug-induced liver injury
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The symptoms of drug-induced liver injury
can vary and may include jaundice, nausea, fatigue, and gastrointestinal discomfort.
DILIsym Services provides drug-induced liver injury
simulation software and related consulting services to the pharmaceutical industry.
In a large retrospective analysis from Ankara, antibiotics were the most common causative agents in 84 of 170 patients with drug-induced liver injury
(Dag et al.
(2014) was based on only 52 cases of drug-induced liver injury
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MgIG also showed hepatoprotective effects in drug-induced liver injury
[13,14], immune-mediated liver injury , and fatty liver .
According to the Drug-Induced Liver Injury
Network (DILIN), causes of acute liver failure (ALF) from herbal supplements have increased from 7% to 20% over their study period from 2007 to 2013 .