Drug induced blood disorders refer to hematological abnormalities caused by the use of certain medications. These disorders can range from mild blood cell count fluctuations to more severe conditions that affect the production, function, or lifespan of blood cells. Understanding the etiopathogenesis, or the underlying mechanisms, of these drug-induced blood disorders is crucial for their diagnosis and appropriate management. In this article, we will explore the etiology of drug-induced blood disorders, the pathophysiological processes involved, and the pharmacotherapy options used in their treatment.

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