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    1. Many drug evaluation protocols have mandatory drug withdrawal if the aminotransferase level is 8 ULN even in asymptomatic patients. Patients who have elevations to 4 ULN to 7 ULN , even when asymptomatic, are evaluated more extensively including immediate redetermination to note whether further increases are occurring.

    Clinical manifestations of drug-induced hepatotoxicity are usually indistinguishable from those of liver disease caused by other etiologies. There are several axioms regarding drug-induced liver disease that serve as general guides. The most difficult signals to interpret are elevated aminotransferase or alkaline phosphatase levels in patients who are asymptomatic or in whom it is not possible to separate the druginduced symptoms from those that may be from the underlying disease.

    As a general guideline, slight increases in ALT in asymptomatic patients who received a new agent, and in whom there were normal aminotransferase levels before beginning the drug, continue in the trials.

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