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Minerva Gastroenterologica e Dietologica 2004 December;50(4):339-50

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Intrahepatic cholestatic jaundice related to administration of ranitidine. A case report with histologic and ultramicroscopic study

Varriale M., Salvio A., Giannattasio F., d’Errico T., Montone L., Borgia F., Gentile I., Reynaud L., Borgia G., Rossiello R., Visconti M.


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Ranitidine may cause liver injuries ranging from transient, subclinical serum transaminases increase every 100-1 000 treated patients to cholestatic hepatitis in less than 1/100 000. Other H2-receptor antagonists are more dangerous: 11 toxic hepatitis cas

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