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Medications with a Potential for inducing a fever 
allopurinolantihistamines
azathioprinebarbiturates
carbamazepinecephalosporins
cimetidinefolic acid
hydralazine hydroxyurea
ibuprofen  isoniazid 
methyldopa nitrofurantoin 
penicillins phenytoin 
procainamide prophylthiouracil 
quinidine streptomycin 
sulfonamidessulindac 
triamterenevancomycin  
Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, edited by Lawrence M. Tierney, Jr., et al. Stamford, CT: Appleton & Lange, 1996.  

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Knockaert DC, Dujardin KS, Bobbaers HJ. Long-term follow-up of patients with undiagnosed fever of unknown origin. Arch Intern Med 1996; 156(6):618-20. 

Lipsky BA, Hirschmann JV. Drug fever. JAMA 1981; 245(8):851-4. 

Mackowiak PA, LeMaistre CF. Drug fever: A critical appraisal of conventional concepts through an analysis of 51 episodes diagnosed in two Dallas hospitals and 97 episodes reported in the English literature. Ann Intern Med 1987;106:728.

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