Hepatotoxicity of chemotherapy.

  title={Hepatotoxicity of chemotherapy.},
  author={Bradley Sachs and Syed Haider and Rama Balaraman and Nasir Shahab and Michael C. Perry},
  journal={Expert opinion on drug safety},
  volume={1 4},
The selection of a chemotherapeutic regimen for the oncology patient is based on a thorough assessment of potential hazards relating to the patient's clinical condition and the toxicities of chemotherapy. Liver function abnormalities are commonly seen in this patient population and deducing their aetiology may be difficult. Immunosuppression, paraneoplastic phenomena, infectious disease, metastases and polypharmacy may all confound the clinical picture. While criteria for standardising liver… CONTINUE READING


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