3. Stevens Johnson syndrome
This represents severe type of Erythema multiforme with oral mucosal and genital lesions associated with severe constitutional symptoms. The commonly offending agents are sulfonamides, dapsone, thiacetazone, isoniazid, oxyphenbutazone and phenyl-butazone.
The patients should be hospitalized and intravenous steroid therapy should be initiated along with intravenous fluids. Care of eyes by competent ophthalmologist should be done.
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