halothane hepatitis

hal·o·thane hep·a·ti·tis

[MIM*234350]
hepatocellular damage said to result from the administration of halothane anesthesia.
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halothane hepatitis

A potentially fatal hepatitis evoked by halothane, a carbon tetrachloride-related halocarbon used as a maintenance anesthetic–thiopental is often used for induction
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