Drug hypersensitivity: questionnaire

@article{Demoly1999DrugHQ,
  title={Drug hypersensitivity: questionnaire},
  author={Pascal Demoly and R. Kropf and Werner J Pichler and Andreas J. Bircher},
  journal={Allergy},
  year={1999},
  volume={54}
}
Drug hypersensitivity is a common and complicated problem in clinical practice. The clinical picture of drug hypersensitivity is very heterogeneous, encompassing such distinct diseases as morbilliform or bullous exanthema, urticaria, anaphylaxis, blood cell dyscrasia, fever, interstitial lung disease, hepatitis, nephritis, and various forms of autoimmune diseases. Drug hypersensitivity has taken over the role of the great imitator of diseases from lues in former times. It is an interesting… 
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