Abstract:Drug-induced lupus is a rare drug reaction featuring the same symptoms as idiopathic
lupus erythematosus. Recently, with the introduction of new medicines in clinical
practice, an increase in the number of illness-triggering implicated drugs has been
reported, with special emphasis on anti-TNF-α drugs. In the up-to-date list,
almost one hundred medications have been associated with the occurrence of
drug-induced lupus. The authors present two case reports of the illness induced
respectively by hydralazine and … Show more
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