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What are the tests for stevens johnson syndrome?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology
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In brief: BIopsy confirms

Stevens-johnson is such a severe and obvious disease of the skin, and often eyes and mucosal surfaces, that treatment (including support, and stopping any medication that might have triggered it) will not wait on lab testing.
Biopsy may be used for confirmation.

In brief: BIopsy confirms

Stevens-johnson is such a severe and obvious disease of the skin, and often eyes and mucosal surfaces, that treatment (including support, and stopping any medication that might have triggered it) will not wait on lab testing.
Biopsy may be used for confirmation.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
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