SIDE-EFFECTS OF BENOXAPROFEN

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A study was made of adverse dermatological reactions to the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent benoxaprofen. Photosensitivity was seen in several patients, confined to wavelengths less than 340 nm. Other cutaneous side effects were erythema multiforme, the Stevens-Johnson syndrome, milia, and onycholysis. One case of pancytopenia and toxic epidermal necrolysis was reported. patients were not rechallenged with the drug, but these reactions appear to be true side effects of benoxaprofen.

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Inman, W. H. W., & Rawson, N. S. B. (1984, December 8). SIDE-EFFECTS OF BENOXAPROFEN. The Lancet. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(84)90840-7

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