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Drug-Induced Liver Injury

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    Acetaminophen, vitamin supplements and antibiotics are just a few of the medications that can cause liver injury. What are the signs of drug-induced liver injury? Are the effects immediate, or do the effects become noticeable after an extended period of time? Dr. Rowen Zetterman, professor of internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, provides an overview of factors that might lead to drug-induced liver injury. Dr. Mark DeLegge hosts.

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    Acetaminophen, vitamin supplements and antibiotics are just a few of the medications that can cause liver injury. What are the signs of drug-induced liver injury? Are the effects immediate, or do the effects become noticeable after an extended period of time? Dr. Rowen Zetterman, professor of internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, provides an overview of factors that might lead to drug-induced liver injury. Dr. Mark DeLegge hosts.

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