Sitagliptin induced acute severe nasopharyngitis

V. Krishnan, Shivali Rai

Abstract


Acute nasopharyngitis is one of the distressing adverse effects seen with the use of dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitors like sitagliptin. Here, we report a case of acute severe nasophryngitis with the use of sitagliptin for diabetes mellitus.


Keywords


Sitagliptin, Adverse effects, Nasopharyngitis

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