GI side effects of exogenous oral corticosteroids

GI side effects of exogenous oral corticosteroids

GI side effects of steroids include oral and esophageal fungal infection, esophagitis, peptic ulcer, GI bleeding, and rarely pancreatitis. Transaminitis can also occur. Such symptoms usually occur if steroid administration is prolonged and at high doses.

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