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Anti-Inflammatory Drug; Liver Damage

A nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug was given to a 32 year old man, with a history of liver dysfunction, as medication for bursitis. Soon after, he developed a bleeding ulcer and in the course of his hospitalization received transfusions. As a result of being administered the drug he developed hepatitis. He is now completely bed-ridden and is awaiting a liver transplant.

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