The characteristic dermoscopic features of Stevens–Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis

Published: 23 August 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/6vxjf65xgc.1
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Meng-Han Shen

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Supplementary Materials Supplemental information Tables: 7 Figures: 4 Supplemental Table I. Demographic data and clinical characteristics Supplemental Table II. Histopathological findings Supplemental Table III. Significant dermoscopic features of Stevens–Johnson syndrome/ toxic epidermal necrolysis identified in univariant and multivariable analysis Supplemental Table IV. Significant dermoscopic features of drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms identified in univariant and multivariable analysis Supplemental Table V. Significant dermoscopic features of urticarial vasculitis identified in univariant and multivariable analysis Supplemental Table VI. Significant dermoscopic features of pemphigus vulgaris identified in univariant and multivariable analysis Supplemental Table VII. Significant dermoscopic features of erythema multiforme identified in univariant and multivariable analysis Supplemental Figure 1. The clinical, pathological and dermoscopic pictures of erythema multiforme, Stevens–Johnson syndrome, and toxic epidermal necrolysis Supplemental Figure 2. Clinical and dermoscopic pictures of other mimicking skin diseases Supplemental Figure 3. The progression of SJS/TEN presentation evaluated by contact dermoscopy Supplemental Figure 4. The progression of SJS/TEN presentation evaluated by noncontact dermoscopy

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