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Doxycycline-induced ulcerous esophagitis.

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Abstract

Since 1972, a number of publications, in particular in the Anglo-American literature, have reported the occurrence of drug-induced esophagitis. Among the causative agents under discussion, tetracyclines and their derivatives play a leading role. We now report on a case with the aim of describing the typical course and clinical symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of such ulcerative esophagitis, and also consider the pathophysiological basis for its development.

Fortschr Med. 1997 May 30;115(15):26, 29-30. Case Reports; English Abstract

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