클레부딘(clevudine)유발근병증의 임상과 병리특성

Title
클레부딘(clevudine)유발근병증의 임상과 병리특성
Other Titles
Clinical and Pathological Features of Clevudine Induced Myopathy
Author(s)
박민수석정임[석정임]김대성[김대성]남태승[남태승]송현석[송현석]박영은[박영은]김선영[김선영]김영수[김영수]허소영[허소영]조희영[조희영]이동국[이동국]
Keywords
Clevudine; Hepatitis; Myopathy
Issue Date
201302
Publisher
대한신경과학회
Citation
대한신경과학회지, v.31, no.1, pp.26 - 31
Abstract
Background: Clevudine (Revovir ®) is a recently introduced antiviral drug, and clinical trials have demonstrated its potent,sustained antiviral activity without specific adverse events. However, several studies have found severe myopathy during clevudine therapy. Our study aimed to summarize the clinical and pathological features of clevudine-induced myopathy. Methods: We analyzed the demographic data, clinical features, and pathologic findings of 18 consecutive hepatitis-B patients who developed skeletal myopathy during clevudine therapy. Results: The 18 patients comprised 11 women and 7 men aged 48.2±14.0 years (mean±standard deviation; range 28-74years). Each of the 18 patients was treated with clevudine for at least 5 months (range 5-20 months) before the development of symptoms. In all patients the main symptom was proximal muscular weakness that progressed slowly over several months. Elevated creatine kinase and myopathic patterns on electromyography were found. Muscle biopsies revealed severe myonecrosis associated with numerous ragged red fibers and cytochrome-c-oxidase-negative fibers, mitochondrial proliferation, and predominant type-II fiber atrophy. The muscle weakness gradually improved within 20 weeks after discontinuation of clevudine. Conclusions: Clevudine therapy can induce myopathy associated with mitochondrial toxicity. Careful clinical and laboratory monitoring of the skeletal muscle dysfunction is required in patients receiving clevudine therapy.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/26330
ISSN
1225-7044
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