MucousMembraneGraftingForLidMarginKeratinization in Stevens – Johnson Syndrome : Results

@inproceedings{Iyer2014MucousMembraneGraftingForLidMarginKer,
  title={MucousMembraneGraftingForLidMarginKeratinization in Stevens – Johnson Syndrome : Results},
  author={Gopal Iyer and Vinay Sukumara Pillai and Bhaskar Srinivasan and Sitalakshmi Guruswami and Priyanka Padmanabhan},
  year={2014}
}
S tevens–Johnson syndrome (SJS), although an acute selflimiting disorder of the skin and mucous membrane, leads to chronic cicatricial changes in the eye. The ocular manifestations in the acute stage include ocular inflammation and tarsal ulceration. Corneal complications include epithelial defect, infiltration, and ulceration and are reported in 18%– 20% of cases. Although self-limiting, the chronic continuing process of inflammation in SJS has been well documented. In SJS, a disturbance in… CONTINUE READING

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