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inflammation of the pancreas

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Drug-induced pancreatitis has no distinguishing clinical features.
The prognosis of drug-induced pancreatitis is generally excellent.
Drug-induced pancreatitis is estimated to be responsible for nearly 2% of cases of acute pancreatitis.
There have been several reports indicating a drug-induced pancreatitis related to hypertyriglyceridemia.
In addition to common side effects of isotretinoin, attention to the possibility of drug-induced pancreatitis related to hypertriglyceridemia should be made.
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