Dermatologic drug reactions

Immunology and Allergy Clinics of North America
Jeffrey K McKenna, Kristin M Leiferman


Cutaneous drug reactions have a variety of clinical presentations. This review focuses on the most common or severe cutaneous reaction patterns. Knowledge of the clinical morphology and the most commonly associated medication aids in rapid diagnosis and institution of the appropriate therapy.


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