Drug induced cholestatic liver disease is a subtype of liver injury that is characterized by predominant elevations of alkaline phosphatase and bilirubin secondary to the administration of a hepatotoxic agent. It can manifest itself as a cholestatic hepatitis or as bland cholestasis, depending upon the causative agent and the mechanism of injury. There are certain drugs that cause cholestasis with hepatitis.Drug-induced Cholestatic Hepatitis may present itself as acute at first, but is the most severe manifestation of drug induced liver disease. You cant prevent Drug-induced Cholestatic Hepatitis by being aware fo your drug intake and using them as prescribed.
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