Ethambutol produced significant decreases in heart copper, kidney zinc, plasma zinc, and liver copper and zinc not due to the associated reduced food intake. Results support the hypothesis that chelating drugs such as Ethambutol may alter trace metal metabolism.|
- Toxicology 1984 Jun;31(3-4):207-16 -- Effect of a chelating drug on balance and tissue distribution of four essential metals. -- Solecki TJ, Aviv A, Bogden JD.
The antituberculosis agents ethambutol and isoniazid have been implicated as causes of reduced acuity, visual field defects, and disturbances of color vision.
- Optom Clin 1992;2(4):73-96 -- Ocular side effects of selected systemic drugs. -- Jaanus SD.
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