drug-induced pancreatitis


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drug-induced pancreatitis

Pancreatitis due to medications, such as antiretroviral agents used to treat HIV/AIDS.
See also: pancreatitis
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The combination of drugs rather than a single agent was implicated for drug-induced pancreatitis in a previous case report that described the development of acute pancreatitis shortly after the second cycle of the chemotherapy regimen composed of cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, and vincristine in a patient with mediastinal immunoblastic lymphoma.
Drug-induced pancreatitis. Incidence, management and prevention.

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