Irradiated fields spared Stevens-Johnson syndrome in a patient undergoing radiotherapy for bone metastases

Abstract

Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) are two of the most severe, rare, and life-threatening adverse reactions to medications. Their incidence is approximately two patients per million population per year. Several cases have been reported in the literature in which SJS and TEN have occurred in patients with a neoplasm… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11604-008-0297-9

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@article{Musio2008IrradiatedFS, title={Irradiated fields spared Stevens-Johnson syndrome in a patient undergoing radiotherapy for bone metastases}, author={Daniela Musio and Elisabetta Parisi and Francesco Dionisi and Giuseppe Parisi and Rossella Caiazzo and Nadia Bulzonetti and Miriam Lichtner and Nicola Raffetto and Vincenzo Vullo and Enzo Banelli}, journal={Japanese Journal of Radiology}, year={2008}, volume={27}, pages={103-106} }