orange person syndrome

A rare clinical condition caused by an overdose of rifampin, which colours the skin and body fluids a deep orange, accompanied by altered liver function—increased bilirubin, alkaline phosphatase, and transaminases, accompanied by pruritus
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orange person syndrome

A rare clinical condition caused by an overdose of rifampin, which colors the skin and body fluids a deep orange, accompanied by altered liver function–↑ BR, alk phos, and transaminase, pruritus. See Red man syndrome.
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