II. Signs

  1. Variable, insidious onset from time of offending medication exposure
  2. Variable distribution (may occur anywhere)
  3. Bullae of variable consistency (tense or flaccid) and size (large or small)
  4. Erosions (unroofed bullae)

III. Causes

IV. Differential Diagnosis

V. Management

  1. Eliminate offending agent
  2. Consider Corticosteroids

VI. References

  1. Jhun and DeClerck in Herbert (2015) EM:Rap 15(2): 9-11

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