DRESS Syndrome

Drug Rash with Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms syndrome. A severe drug hypersensitivity reaction to sulfonamides, phenobarbital, sulfasalazine, carbamazepine, and phenytoin, and other agents
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A case of DRESS syndrome induced by the antituberculosis drugs, prothionamide, and para-aminosalycilic acid.
DRESS syndrome is often misdiagnosed to be pyrexia of unknown origin by the attending physician due to presence of fever along with systemic symptoms and because of the time interval between the prescribed drug and the appearance of DRESS syndrome.
Diagnosing DRESS syndrome is also challenging due to the diversity of cutaneous eruption and the organs involved.
Some patients develop DRESS syndrome, or drug rash with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms, he added.
1] Anticonvulsants are the most common offending agents manifesting with DRESS syndrome although they have been reported following intake of allopurinol, nevirapine, and sulfasalazine.
The study suggests that UK shoppers may fall victim to the widely reported that dress syndrome, where people reported seeing different colours when looking at the same dress
DRESS Syndrome triggered by sulfasalazineinduced hypersensitivity: Case Report
A maculopapular or generalized erythematous rash associated with facial edema is usually a predictor of DRESS syndrome (14).
Shiohara T, Iijima M, Ikezawa Z, Hashimoto K: The diagnosis of a DRESS syndrome has been sufficiently established on the basis of typical clinical features and viral reactivations.
Severe drug reactions Stevens Johnson syndrome and DRESS syndrome
Antituberculous drugs-induced DRESS syndrome in a patient with type 2 diabetes mellitus