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Jaundice due to iprindole
  1. A. B. Ajdukiewicz,
  2. J. Grainger,
  3. P. J. Scheuer,
  4. S. Sherlock

    Abstract

    Twenty-one patients treated for depression with iprindole developed evidence of liver damage: 15 were jaundiced, five had bilirubinuria, and one had pruritus. These complications occurred between four and 21 days after initial exposure to the drug. All patients recovered. Light and electron microscopic findings in liver biopsies of one of these patients were those of cholestasis without inflammation.

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