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Ciclosporin in Autoimmune Diseases — Side Effects (with Emphasis on Renal Dysfunction) and Recommendations for Use

  • B. von Graffenried
  • W. B. Harrison

Abstract

Based on theoretical considerations, results of animal studies in various autoimmune disease models and anecdotal experience in patients [3], a systematic clinical research programme of ciclosporin (CyA) treatment in various autoimmune diseases was undertaken in 1982. About 1000 patients have since been treated with CyA, and the side-effect profile is emerging.

Keywords

Primary Biliary Cirrhosis Uveitis Posterior Papillary Adenoma Serum Creati Autoimmune Disease Model 
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© Sandoz Ltd, Basle 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • B. von Graffenried
    • 1
  • W. B. Harrison
    • 2
  1. 1.Clinical Research DepartmentSandoz LtdBasleSwitzerland
  2. 2.Published with kind permission of Grune and StrattonOrlandoUSA

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