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Jaundice from iprindole (prondol)

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The tricyclic antidepressive drug iprindole (Prondol - Wyeth) has been in use since 1967, and has received some favourable reports. It has relatively mild atropine-like effects.1–3 Recently, however, reports have appeared of jaundice associated with its use4–8 and the manufacturer has sent a warning letter to doctors.9

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