Drug-induced jaundice. An uncommon but puzzling reaction.
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Oct 01, 1988
Drug-induced jaundice is relatively uncommon but can be a diagnostic puzzle. Because so many pharmaceutical classes and individual agents can produce jaundice, a thorough history of medications taken should be obtained from a patient presenting with jaundice. Jaundice usually resolves when the offending agent is discontinued.
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