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Ecchymosis due to sertraline use: a case report

Orhan Cinar, Erdem Cevik, Erden Kilic, Muzaffer Emre Kesim, Mehmet Ak.

Sertraline is a widely used antidepressant due to its low adverse effect profile. Hematological adverse effects related to sertraline are uncommon. This report includes a case which presented to an emergency department with a large ecchymotic lesion on the left şank due to sertraline use and a review of the relevant literature.

Key words: Sertraline, ecchymosis, bleeding, adverse effect

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