Management of drug eruptions: Part II. Diagnosis and treatment.

Abstract

In this second of two articles on adverse cutaneous drug reactions, the management of drug eruptions is reviewed. This necessitates, above all, a full history and may involve observation of the effects of drug elimination. Skin testing may be helpful in some circumstances, but is hampered by false positive and negative results, and lack of knowledge of the… (More)

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@article{Breathnach1995ManagementOD, title={Management of drug eruptions: Part II. Diagnosis and treatment.}, author={Stephen M Breathnach}, journal={The Australasian journal of dermatology}, year={1995}, volume={36 4}, pages={187-91} }