Drug-induced febrile mucocutaneous syndrome with a survey of the literature.

Abstract

A retrospective investigation of 89 cases of the Stevens-Johnson and/or Lyell's syndrome showed that 77 patients (87%) had been treated with drugs, 2/3 of them for symptoms of respiratory and/or urinary infections. The most frequent drugs were longterm sulfonamide preparations, penicillins, butazones and antiepileptics. Mycoplasma pneumoniae and… (More)

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@article{Bttiger1975DruginducedFM, title={Drug-induced febrile mucocutaneous syndrome with a survey of the literature.}, author={Lars Erik B{\"{o}ttiger and I Strandberg and Barbro Westerholm}, journal={Acta medica Scandinavica}, year={1975}, volume={198 3}, pages={229-33} }