Carbamazepine-induced hepatorenal failure in a child.


Carbamazepine is used to manage generalized tonic-clonic, partial, and mixed partial and generalized seizure disorders in children. It is frequently associated with neurologic adverse events, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, and hematologic side effects. Hepatic and renal adverse effects are less common but can cause death. A 6-year-old boy receiving carbamazepine… (More)


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@article{Haase1999CarbamazepineinducedHF, title={Carbamazepine-induced hepatorenal failure in a child.}, author={Mark R. Haase}, journal={Pharmacotherapy}, year={1999}, volume={19 5}, pages={667-71} }