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Cutis. 1988 Jul;42(1):24-7.

The subcorneal pustular drug eruption: an example induced by norfloxacin.

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  • 1Department of Medicine, Medical College of Ohio, Toledo 43699.

Abstract

In the patient described here, norfloxacin induced a generalized erythematous subcorneal pustular drug eruption associated with photosensitivity and fever, proven by challenge. Any pustular eruption with fever should engender a careful search for a drug that may have caused this reaction.

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