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Hypersensitivity and jaundice due to azathioprine.
  1. M. Davis,
  2. A. L. Eddleston,
  3. R. Williams

    Abstract

    A patient is described who suffered hypersenitivity reactions (anorexia, nausea and vomiting) as well as cholestatic jaundice from therapy with azathioprine. Evidence is given that the 2 reactions were mediated by different portions of the azathioprine molecule.

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