Drug-Induced Liver Injury

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Drug-induced liver injury is when a medication, whether prescribed or over-the counter, or herbal medication causes liver damage. Some medications can acute liver injury with recovery if it is recognized immediately with cessation of the offending agent, but sometimes it can lead to acute liver failure requiring a liver transplant, and sometimes it can cause chronic liver disease leading to cirrhosis and its complications.

By: New York Gastroenteroloy

Reviewed by: Jennifer Leong, MD

Published: Aug 9th, 2022

Last Reviewed: Aug 9th, 2022

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