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Dermatological problems 

Dermatological problems
Dermatological problems

David Currow

and Katherine Clark

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date: 12 December 2019

Stevens–Johnson syndrome 80

Toxic epidermal necrolysis 82

Hypersensitivity reactions 84

Angio-oedema 86

Warfarin-induced skin necrosis 88

Cutaneous vasculitis 90

Severe blistering lesions of the skin, mouth, GIT, and conjunctiva.

Initially, the skin lesions present as erythema multiformae on the palms and lips and then progress to other sites. Later, the skin lesions blister in the centre....

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