Severe Cholestasis and Renal Failure Associated with the Use of the Designer Steroid Superdrol™ (Methasteron™): A Case Report and Literature Review

@article{Nasr2008SevereCA,
  title={Severe Cholestasis and Renal Failure Associated with the Use of the Designer Steroid Superdrol™ (Methasteron™): A Case Report and Literature Review},
  author={John Y. Nasr and Jawad Ahmad},
  journal={Digestive Diseases and Sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={54},
  pages={1144-1146}
}
The use of over the counter (OTC) nutritional supplements is widespread among amateur bodybuilders. Reports suggest that up to 30% of people who train regularly with weights use androgenic/anabolic steroids (AAS) and that a significant percentage of male high school students use AAS, not just for muscle gain but also to improve their physical appearance [1, 2]. The use of AAS is associated with a variety of potential liver injuries including toxic hepatitis and cholestasis [3, 4] but is often… CONTINUE READING
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