Drug induced liver disorders refer to liver damage or dysfunction caused by the use of certain medications or drugs. These disorders can range from mild liver enzyme abnormalities to severe hepatitis or even liver failure. Understanding the etiopathogenesis, or the underlying causes and mechanisms, of drug-induced liver disorders is crucial for their prevention, early detection, and management. In this article, we will explore the etiology of drug-induced liver disorders, the pathophysiological processes involved, and the pharmacotherapy options used in their treatment.

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