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Drug-induced lupus anticoagulants and antiphospholipid antibodies.
INH has been implicated as one of over 80 medications implicated in drug-induced lupus erythematosus (DILE), which has been defined as a lupus-like syndrome that is temporarily related to continuous drug exposure (from 1 month to over a decade) and resolves after cessation of the offending pharmacologic agent.
This is in contrast to "classic" drug-induced lupus, in which antihistone antibodies are prominent.
1] Drug-induced lupus (2) + Sm RNP (51) + RNP 70 (19) + Sm (6) 7 Scl-70 Negative Reactive arthritis 8 Negative SSA (11.
It is like drug-induced lupus or 'old-people' lupus, with bone aches, but no CNS or renal symptoms.
And drug-induced lupus may develop after taking certain prescription drugs, although symptoms usually disappear when the drug is stopped.
Although this was not a clear-cut case, it was thought that the patient suffered from drug-induced lupus.
Drug-induced lupus is unique in that it is caused by a reaction to medication and symptoms usually disappear when the patient stops taking the adverse medicine.
Drug-induced lupus refers to a form of lupus caused by medication.
Drug-induced lupus tends to develop equally in both sexes with onset generally in the 40s and 50s.
These studies fund critical areas of lupus research including: genetics and lupus, the impact of steroid-related damage, drug-induced lupus, biomarkers for lupus nephritis, and cutaneous (skin) lupus.
Twenty-eight children with drug-induced lupus, discoid lupus, other connective tissue diseases and those older than 18 years of age were excluded.
Drug rash with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS) syndrome, serum sickness-like reactions, and drug-induced lupus reactions can be caused by agents that are likely to be prescribed.
One reason for this is that approximately 15% of patients with rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn's disease being treated with these drugs develop anti-double-stranded DNA and anticardiolipin antibodies, and some develop drug-induced lupus, according to Dr.
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