Stevens-Johnson syndrome

This is a clinical dermatological condition of drug reaction which forms a continuum with toxic epidermal necrolysis. In Stevens-Johnson syndrome blisters develop on maculopapular  purpura detach in less than 10% of body surface area. In Toxic epidermal necrolysis the percentage of peeling of blisters is more than 30%.

 
Stevens-Johnson syndrome

        

 

 

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