Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis Standard Reporting and Evaluation Guidelines: Results of a National Institutes of Health Working Group

@article{Maverakis2017StevensJohnsonSA,
  title={Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis Standard Reporting and Evaluation Guidelines: Results of a National Institutes of Health Working Group},
  author={E. Maverakis and Elizabeth A Wang and K. Shinkai and S. Mahasirimongkol and D. Margolis and M. Avigan and W. Chung and J. Goldman and L. L. La Grenade and M. Pirmohamed and N. Shear and W. Tassaneeyakul and W. Hoetzenecker and J. Klaewsongkram and T. Rerkpattanapipat and W. Manuyakorn and S. Yasuda and V. Sharon and Andrea Sukhov and R. Micheletti and J. Struewing and L. French and M. Cheng},
  journal={JAMA Dermatology},
  year={2017},
  volume={153},
  pages={587–592}
}
Importance Toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) and Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) are rare, acute, life-threatening dermatologic disorders involving the skin and mucous membranes. Research into these conditions is hampered by a lack of standardization of case reporting and data collection. Objective To establish a standardized case report form to facilitate comparisons and maintain data quality based on an international panel of SJS/TEN experts who performed a Delphi consensus-building exercise… Expand
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