Cutaneous reactions to drugs

Susan Burge and Dinny Wallis

in Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology

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ISBN: 9780199558322
Published online September 2011 | e-ISBN: 9780191729843 | DOI:

Series: Oxford Medical Handbooks

Cutaneous reactions to drugs

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Introduction - Mechanisms of idiosyncratic cutaneous adverse drug reactions - Clinical approach - Generally smooth erythematous drug reactions - More scaly erythematous drug reactions and pruritus - Purpuric or pigmented drug reactions - Drug-induced blisters or mucocutaneous ulcers - Drug-induced abnormalities of hair and nails - Reactions to chemotherapy agents: 1 - Reactions to chemotherapy agents: 2 - Drugs and skin diseases

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Subjects: Dermatology

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