Hepatotoxicity related to antirheumatic drugs

@article{Aithal2011HepatotoxicityRT,
  title={Hepatotoxicity related to antirheumatic drugs},
  author={Guruprasad P Aithal},
  journal={Nature Reviews Rheumatology},
  year={2011},
  volume={7},
  pages={139-150}
}
Antirheumatic agents are among commonly used drugs associated with adverse hepatic reactions. Sulfasalazine and azathioprine are among the most important causes of acute hepatotoxicity. Because such a large number of people take NSAIDs, even the rare occurrence of hepatotoxicity from these agents might contribute substantially to the total burden of drug-induced liver disease. A wide spectrum of hepatotoxic effects is described with antirheumatic drugs. Studies investigating genetic… CONTINUE READING

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