Atypical Amiodarone toxicity: Iatrogenic ataxia and dysarthria in an elderly female

Amanda Warren, Dana Lin, Ashlyn Katz, Pola Boazak


Amiodarone is one of the most frequently used antiarrhythmic drugs on the market, treating both life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias as well as supraventricular tachyarrhythmias. Some of its most commonly known side effects include corneal deposits, cardiac toxicity, pneumonitis, thyroid hormone fluctuation, and dermatological reactions. Despite the frequency of occurrence of neurological complications secondary to Amiodarone they remain to be under-recognized by healthcare professionals. This case
report aims to increase awareness of the neurological complications of Amiodarone.

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Case Reports in Internal Medicine

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