Drug induced liver injury and its relationship to autoimmune hepatitis

drug induced liver injury and its relationship to autoimmune hepatitis

Unknown – usually no trigger identified. – Viruses, drugs (minocycline) and herbal preparations can trigger. – Disease can persist despite withdrawal of trigger. In only two cases, the two drugs/herbals were not related in structure or function. All but one Four cases presented as autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) in the second episode. Susceptibility to drug-induced liver injury (DILI) is believed to be the. Editorial Drug induced liver injury and its relationship to autoimmune hepatitis Christina Weiler-Normann, Christoph Schramm⇑ Department of Medicine.

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drug induced liver injury and its relationship to autoimmune hepatitis