Clomiphene-Induced Acute Pancreatitis without Hypertriglyceridemia

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Abstract

ABSTRACT:

Acute pancreatitis may be caused by drugs. In the literature, there are more than 260 different drugs that have been blamed for causing pancreatitis. Among these drugs, only 1 case has been reported as clomiphene-induced acute pancreatitis. However, in this single case, there was concomitant hypertrigliceridemia. We report the case of a woman who developed 2 attacks of acute pancreatitis without hypertriglyceridemia while receiving treatment with clomiphene.

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