Serum sickness associated with cefoxitin and pentoxifylline therapy.

Abstract

Human serum sickness is a syndrome characterized by fever, malaise, skin rashes, arthralgias, gastrointestinal disturbances, and lymphadenopathy. It is believed to be mediated by circulating immune complexes composed of a foreign antigen and host antibody. Several cephalosporins have been associated with serum sickness. We report the occurrence of serum… (More)

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