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Dili

(dē`lē), city (2002 est. pop. 49,900), capital of East TimorEast Timor
or Timor-Leste
, Tetum Timor Lorosae, republic, officially Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste (2015 est. pop. 1,241,000), 5,950 sq mi (15,410 sq km), in the Lesser Sundas, Malay Archipelago, off the SE Asia mainland.
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. on the N coast of Timor, on Ombai Strait. Dili is the largest city and chief port and commercial center of East Timor. Soap, perfume, and pottery are produced, and coffee is processed. In World War II, Dili was occupied by the Japanese from Feb., 1942, until end of the war. Much of the city was destroyed in the violence following the 1999 vote for East Timorese independence. The Univ. of East Timor is there.

Dili

 

a city and port on the northern coast of the island of Timor. Population, 18,800 (1965). Dili is a center for the production of soap, perfume, and pottery, as well as for the processing of coffee. Cotton, coffee, copra, rubber, wool, and leather are exported.

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They analyzed 921 DILI patients from a single registry in India, who were seen between 1997 and April 2018.
The clinical manifestations of acute DILI are usually non-specific.
In order to rule out other causalities for DILI in this patient, we examined the DILI potential of his concomitant medications.
Timely withdrawal of the suspected liver-injuring drugs is the most important treatment strategy for DILI.[1] In most cases, the drugs should be withdrawn immediately after they are identified, and approximately 95% of patients will achieve spontaneous improvement and recover completely.[1] This patient's clinical condition and the liver function tests gradually improved after admission.
This patient showed a delayed presentation of Rivaroxaban DILI with symptoms and presentation starting about two weeks after discontinuation, which is in contrast to the current growing body of literature [8].
Facing a possible immune-mediated DILI, treatment with the same antituberculosis drugs was reestablished simultaneously with prednisolone 1mg/kg/day (40 mg/day) and maintained for a month, followed by a gradual decrease until a dose of 5 mg/day of prednisolone was reached, showing clinical improvement, no signs of liver cytolysis, normalization of hypergammaglobulinaemia, and negative autoantibodies.
Among antibiotics, the specific medication most often responsible for DILI varies by geographical region.
In 2008, work by Lammert et al., published in Hepatology, revealed that doses of 10 mg or less resulted in a 9% risk of DILI, compared with 14.2% for doses of 11-49 mg, and 77% for doses at or above 50 mg.
Several other drugs can cause intrinsic DILI but are far less frequently prescribed than acetaminophen.
This study was a retrospective folder review of adult HIV-infected TB DILI patients presenting to a hospital-based TB clinic in Johannesburg, SA, between 1 July 2009 and 30 September 2012.
El diagnostico de caso de DILI representa un desafio clinico, por su complejidad, ausencia de marcadores especificos de toxicidad que impiden un diagnostico etiologico preciso y por lo tanto es fundamental la sospecha clinica.
Patients of either gender of age 18-60 years with ATT-related DILI were selected and informed consent was obtained from them.