Cutaneous manifestations of drug eruptions slideshow (Medscape)

Requires a free login. 킠32 slides with pretty good quality photos of skin eruptions secondary to drugs. 킠2 slides for each eruption with the first slide describing usually seen features and causative drugs and the second telling the diagnosis and prognosis. 킠So although there are no self-assessment questions as such, one could test oneself by diagnosing the eruption based on the first slide before clicking on. 킠Slide 31 links to the drug eruptions on the emedicine site, which is very comprehensive.

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Dr Lars Grimm, Department of Internal Medicine, Duke University, North Carolina, US


10-30 mins

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Last Edited: May 28, 2013


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