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1

Which, out of pemphigus vulgaris and bullous pemphigoid, is nikolskys positive

Pemphigus vulgaris

2

Risk factors for drug eruptions

Young adult
Female
Viral infection
Previous drug reactions

3

The timing for onset of an exanthematous drug reaction

4-21 days

4

Drugs associated with exanthematous drug eruptions

Penicillin
Sulphonamide antibiotics
Erthromycin
Streptomycin
Allopurinol
Anti-epileptics: Carbamazepine
NSAIDs
Phenytoin
Chloraphenicol

5

Drugs that can induce acne

Glucosteroids
Androgens, lithium, isoniazides, phenytoin

6

Acute generalised exanthematous pherytoin drugs

Antibiotics, Ca channel blockers, antimalarial

7

Drug induced bullous pempigoid

ACE, penicillin and furosemide

8

Linear IgA can be triggered by what drug

Vanomycin

9

Drugs associated with fixed drug eruptions

Tetracyclines paracetamol, NSAIDs and carbamazepine