Case report on Acetaminophen induced Gomm - Button disease
The Gomm-Button disease/Sweet’s syndrome is a rare and reactive disorder so often idiopathic, sometimes associated with diseases and drugs rarely. Herein, we report a case of a 49 year old female patient, presented to the dermatology department with a 3 day history of low grade fever and 1 day history from congestion of eyes, along with development of multiple itchy and painful bullous vesicular skin lesions distributed over face and upper limbs. Lab Examination revealed elevated white blood cells and negative IgE. Histopathological and cytology reports showed neutrophilic infiltrates which were suggestive of Gomm-Button disease.
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