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Drug-Induced Hepatotoxicity - Case Report of an Anti-Tuberculosis Drug-induced Liver Injury with Comorbid of Diabetic Nephropathy

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.11, No. 3)

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Page : 690-695

Keywords : Tuberculosis; Drug Induced Liver Injury; Diabetic Nephropaty; Hepatotoxicity; Anti-Tuberculosis Drug;

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Anti-tuberculosis drug-induced liver injury (ATLI) has already known as one of several essential and critical drug unexpected events found in as much as 7% of all drug adverse event cases. Nowadays, the appropriate ATLI mechanism has not yet been acknowledged. Hepatotoxicity incidence is still a complicated issue to be counted, due to the abundance of drug combinations in anti-tuberculosis therapy. This case report described ATLI diagnosis and exposed the management of several complications related to diabetes mellitus and chronic kidney disease as comorbidities.

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