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Clinical classification of cases of toxic epidermal necrolysis, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, and erythema multiforme.
TLDR
This study suggests that an illustrated atlas is a useful tool for standardizing the diagnosis of acute severe bullous disorders that are attributed to drugs or infectious agents.
Severe adverse cutaneous reactions to drugs.
TLDR
Adverse cutaneous reactions to drugs are frequent, affecting 2 to 3 percent of hospitalized patients, and prompt withdrawal of the offending drug is often the most important action to minimize morbidity.
Risk of developing a subsequent nonmelanoma skin cancer in patients with a history of nonmelanoma skin cancer: a critical review of the literature and meta-analysis.
TLDR
The risk of developing a subsequent skin cancer of a specific type depends on the type of prior NMSC and number of prior skin tumors of that type.
The impact of psoriasis on quality of life: results of a 1998 National Psoriasis Foundation patient-membership survey.
TLDR
The unprecedented response to the survey provides compelling evidence that individuals with psoriasis believe that the disease has a profound emotional and social as well as physical impact on their quality of life.
Psoriasis is common, carries a substantial burden even when not extensive, and is associated with widespread treatment dissatisfaction.
The impact of psoriasis on quality of life has been studied in select patient populations. Population-based data detailing the distribution of extent of disease, associated problems in everyday life,
Incidence of skin cancer in 5356 patients following organ transplantation
TLDR
Organ transplant recipients are at a highly increased risk for non‐melanoma skin cancer and must be closely followed throughout their lives, even among populations living in regions with low solar insolation.
Epidemiology of psoriatic arthritis in the population of the United States.
The incidence of erythema multiforme, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, and toxic epidermal necrolysis. A population-based study with particular reference to reactions caused by drugs among outpatients.
TLDR
Overall, the data suggest that cases of EM, SJS, and TEN sufficiently severe to require hospitalization are infrequent among outpatients using well-established drug therapies.
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