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Neomercazole is one of the most commonly used drugs to treat hyperthyroidism. Common side effects include rash, hair loss and agranulocytosis. Hepatotoxicity is a common side effect of Propylthiouracil, the other major antithyroid drug, but it has been rarely described as a side effect of neomercazole. Here, a patient presents with hepatitis 6 months after starting neomercazole therapy for graves disease. Diagnosis is based on excluding other causes of hepatitis, and treatment involves removingdoi:10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20181783 fatcat:4k54yzli5vaepard7ebywfb4ky