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Drug-induced hepatitis


3.3 Alcoholic hepatitis. 3.4 Drug induced. 3.5 Other toxins. 3.6 Metabolic disorders ... of drug- induced hepatitis is quite variable, depending on the drug and the ...
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Definition: Drug-induced hepatitis involves inflammation of the liver caused by medication. ... as ibuprofen and naproxen may also cause drug-induced hepatitis. ...
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Toxic/drug-induced hepatitis is caused after inhalation or ingestion of a toxin, ... circulation problems (symptom of toxic/drug-induced hepatitis only) ...
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... herbs, recreational drugs, and environmental toxins can cause drug-induced ... The stored drug is capable of causing fatty liver, hepatitis, and, more ...
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Drug-induced hepatitis is inflammation of the liver that may occur when you take ... Many different drugs can cause drug-induced hepatitis. ...
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Drug-induced hepatitis is rare and is caused by toxic exposure to certain ... The following are the most common symptoms of drug-induced hepatitis. ...
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What is drug-induced hepatitis? Drug-induced hepatitis, also known as hepatoxicity, refers to liver injury caused by drugs or...
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... .com > Medical Encyclopedia > Diseases and Conditions > Drug-Induced Hepatitis ... Drug-Induced Hepatitis: Symptoms & Signs. Author: Adam Brochert, MD ...
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Drug-induced hepatitis is inflammation of the liver that may occur when you take ... You have been diagnosed with drug-induced hepatitis and your symptoms do not ...
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... for test dosing for drug-induced hepatitis (described below) may be ... Drug-induced ... TB treatment is drug-induced hepatitis, which has a mortality ...
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Detailed information on drug-induced hepatitis, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment ... Drug-induced hepatitis is rare and is caused by toxic exposure ...
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Definition. Drug-induced hepatitis involves inflammation of the liver caused ... Liver failure is a possible but rare complication of drug-induced hepatitis. ...
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Toxic Hepatitis. Drug-induced hepatitis involves inflammation of the liver ... Causes, Incidence and Risk Factors: Drug-induced Hepatitis. Information Guide ...
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Drug-induced hepatitis involves inflammation of the liver caused by medication. ... Thus, identifying drug induced hepatitis relies on the history of exposure more ...
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Drug-induced hepatitis is caused by toxic exposure to certain medications, ... The following are the most common symptoms of drug-induced hepatitis. ...
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