[Cholestatic hepatitis. Presumptive role of ticlopidine].


A seventy-one-year-old woman presented with jaundice (total bilirubinemia 91 microM, conjugated bilirubinemia 76 microM) and cytolysis (ALAT greater than 6 N) after ten days of pentoxifylline-ticlopidine combination therapy. Blood count was normal excepting transient anemia. Protein electrophoresis was normal. Jaundice resolved 10 days after both drugs had… (More)


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