Lymhocytic Vasculitis on Top of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS): Case Report

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Mahmoud Khalifa Marzouq
Howaida Mahmoud Hagag
Samia Omar Abdulmalk
Ahmed Mahmoud Khalifa
Khadiga Ahmed Ismail


Stevens-Johnson syndrome is a rare, serious disorder of skin and mucous membranes that usually occurs due to any type of medication and other disease (infections). The outer most layer of the skin is affected due irrational death of the cells. Lymhocytic vasculitis is another severe patho-dermatological condition that causes damages of the blood vessels of on the upper most layer of the skin due to harmful effects of lymphocytes of the blood. Sometimes its effects over shed the other serious conditions of SJS syndrome. Patients at their primary stage may be suspected as SJS syndrome but its severity may leads to get turn over cutaneous vasculities within sometimes. Beside all the serum experiments, histological tests show major outcome in confirming the pathological condition. Signs and symptoms of this particular disease do not affirm that the person is actually suffering from this disorder but histo-pathological sketch contributes major respond in this regard. Medications like oral colchicine 0.5 mg once daily and oral prednisolone 30 mg is said to be used clinically for getting improved result.

Lymhocytic vasculitis, Stevens-Johnson syndrome

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Marzouq, M., Hagag, H. M., Abdulmalk, S. O., Khalifa, A. M., & Ismail, K. A. (2018). Lymhocytic Vasculitis on Top of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS): Case Report. Asian Journal of Research in Dermatological Science, 1(1), 1-8. Retrieved from
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