An often under-recognized entity, drug-induced ANCA associated vasculitides (DIAaV) are increasingly common in hyperthyroid patients. This review article details the prevalence of DIAaV associated with commonly prescribed medications.

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Title: DRUG-ASSOCIATED ANTINEUTROPHIL CYTOPLASMIC ANTIBODY–POSITIVE VASCULITIS
Citation: ARTHRITIS & RHEUMATISM
2000, Volume 43, pp. 405–13

Date Created: 2000
Revisions: None Indicated
Disclaimers: None Indicated (see page 411)
Resource Type: Text
Other: Recommended by Raeesa Mirza, MD
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