Cutaneous Adverse Effects of Neurologic Medications

@article{Bahrani2016CutaneousAE,
  title={Cutaneous Adverse Effects of Neurologic Medications},
  author={Eman Bahrani and Chloe E Nunneley and S. Hsu and J. Kass},
  journal={CNS Drugs},
  year={2016},
  volume={30},
  pages={245-267}
}
Life-threatening and benign drug reactions occur frequently in the skin, affecting 8 % of the general population and 2–3 % of all hospitalized patients, emphasizing the need for physicians to effectively recognize and manage patients with drug-induced eruptions. Neurologic medications represent a vast array of drug classes with cutaneous side effects. Approximately 7 % of the United States (US) adult population is affected by adult-onset neurological disorders, reflecting a large number of… Expand
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