lupuslike syndrome

lu·pus·like syn·drome

a clinical syndrome resembling that of systemic lupus erythematosus, but due to some other cause.

lu·pus·like syn·drome

(lūpŭs-līk sindrōm)
Clinical syndrome resembling systemic lupus erythematosus, but due to another cause.
References in periodicals archive ?
Like Remicade, Renflexis will come with a boxed warning and a Medication Guide that describes important information about its uses and risks, which include serious infections, lymphoma and other malignancies, liver injury, blood problems, lupuslike syndrome, psoriasis, and in rare cases, nervous system disorders.
The agent does not appear to increase the risk of lupuslike syndrome, a concern some have with minocycline.
There also have been three cases of lupuslike syndrome, two of which were serious, but no cases of congestive heart failure, tuberculosis, or demyelinating disorders.
Older people also are more likely to develop drug-induced lupus, a lupuslike syndrome that can be caused by the use of certain cardiovascular and hypertensive medications.
Like Remicade, which was approved by the FDA in 1998, Inflectra will come with a boxed warning and a Medication Guide that describes important information about its uses and risks, which include serious infections (tuberculosis, bacterial sepsis, invasive fungal infections, and others), lymphoma and other malignancies, liver injury, blood problems, lupuslike syndrome, psoriasis, and in rare cases, nervous system disorders.