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immunosuppressant thats a derivative of 6-mercaptopurine
azothioprine
immunosuppressant that causes phocomelia
thalidomide
nephrotoxix in 75 % of patients
cyclosporine- preventable with mannitol diuresis
immunosuppressant that has side effects of acne, osteoporosis, HTN, hyperglycemia, immunosuppresion
glucocorticoids
immunosuppressant that inhibits secretion of IL2 and other cytokines
tacrolimus and cyclosporin
immunosuppressant that is an alkylating agent that requires bioactivation in liver
cyclophosphamide
immunosuppressant that inhibits dihydrofolate reductase
methotrexate
vein anastamoses of esophagus
left gastric and esophageal veins
vein anastamoses of umbilicus
paraumbilical and superificial and inferior epigastric veins
vein anastamoses of rectum
superior rectal with middle and inferior rectal veins
arterial anastamoses: superior epigastric with
inferior epigastric
arterial anastamoses: superior pancreaticoduodenal
with inferior pancreaticoduodenal
arterial anastamoses: middle colic
with left colic
arterial anastamoses: superior rectal
with middle rectal
what drugs can cause seizures
metoclopramide, bupropion, tramadol, enlurance, evening primrose oil