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Blistering Diseases

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Drug-induced pemphigus is seen with all the following EXCEPT (AIIMS Nov 2013)



A Penicillin
B Iodides

C Phenolphthalein
D Frusemide

Ans. D
[Frusemide]

1). Drugs causing pemphigus have most commonly produced pemphigus foliaceous

2). Example are: - d-penicillamine, captopril, rifampicin, penicillin, piroxicam, cefadroxil, phenobarbital and phenylbutazone

3). Furosemide (Lasix) causes lichenoid eruptions

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