• Corpus ID: 36291863

[Hepatotoxicity of medications].

  title={[Hepatotoxicity of medications].},
  author={Jean-Claude Barbare and Audrey Imbert and Amal Benkirane},
  journal={Presse medicale},
  volume={30 14},
A TIMELY TOPIC: Liver toxicity remains a common problem despite adequate information for physicians and drug watch programs. The number of recent publications reporting severe drug-induced liver disease emphasizes the need for prudence. ACUTE AND CHRONIC HEPATOTOXICITY: Cases of acute drug-induced liver disease have been described for nearly all drug classes: a few examples concern hepatitis subsequent to administration of fluoxetin, acarbose, riluzole, coumarin, or orlistat. Fulminant… 

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