Review article: herbal and dietary supplement hepatotoxicity

@article{Bunchorntavakul2013ReviewAH,
  title={Review article: herbal and dietary supplement hepatotoxicity},
  author={C. Bunchorntavakul and K. Reddy},
  journal={Alimentary Pharmacology \& Therapeutics},
  year={2013},
  volume={37}
}
Herbal and dietary supplements are commonly used throughout the World. There is a tendency for underreporting their ingestion by patients and the magnitude of their use is underrecognised by Physicians. Herbal hepatotoxicity is not uncommonly encountered, but the precise incidence and manifestations have not been well characterised. 
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