Grouped milia in an herpetiform arrangement following Stevens-Johnson syndrome.
Song, JS; Kim, NS; Kang, WH
European journal of dermatology : EJD, 8(5):363-364, 1998
European journal of dermatology : EJD
A 44-year-old woman visited our dermatology clinic with asymptomatic skin eruptions of one and a half-month's duration. There were numerous (about 30), 1-2 mm, non-tender, hard, and pearly papules on each side of the chin and on both sides of the mouth (Fig. 1A), where bullae had developed previously, three months earlier as a result of Stevens-Johnson syndrome. The other areas involved in Stevens-Johnson syndrome such as the nose and upper extremities were free of lesions. A 2 mm punch biopsy was performed, and the histology of the lesion is shown in Figure 2.
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