Published in Blood Weekly, December 18th, 2008
"This study was aimed to highlight the clinical and laboratory findings of AHS. The medical records of 31 patients diagnosed as AHS in a 12-year period were evaluated retrospectively. The syndrome was related to carbamazepine in 48.38%, phenytoin in 35.48%, lamotrigine in 9.6% and cotreatment with lamotrigine and valproic acid in 6.45% of cases. Symptoms appeared 2-86 (mean: 35.96) days after ingestion of the offending agent. The type of skin rash was...
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