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Simvastatin-induced myositis occurring in a patient with viral hepatitis A


A 60 year old female was admitted with jaundice, malaise & loss of appetite. Two weeks before admission she had complained of diarrhoea with abdominal pain. There was no previous history of jaundice, blood transfusion or foreign travel. She denied pruritus, and stools were of normal colour, although her urine…

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