Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Stevens Johnson Syndrome Stevens Johnson Syndrome Definition: A rare disorder of the skin, occasionally discovered to be attributed to allergies to new medication | Malpractice Law

Stevens – Johnson Syndrome: A rare disorder of the skin. It is extremely difficult to find the cause of Stevens – Johnson Syndrome. Many cases go undiagnosed or unresolved. It is occasionally discovered that a patient has developed an allergy to a new medication, and this is the body’s way of alerting the patient to the problem.

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Stevens Johnson Syndrome - News Articles

Wisconsin Appellate Court Rules $750,000 Medical Malpractice Cap Unconstitutional
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