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Erythema multiforme

Erythema multiforme is an acute inflammatory skin disease with self limiting, pleomorphic rash, erythema, papules, wheezes, blisters, etc. the characteristic skin lesions are target lesions, i.e. iris rash, with varying degrees of mucosal damage and a few visceral damage. The incidence of this disease is more frequent in spring and autumn, and slightly higher in males than in females. The incidence rate is highest at 10~30 years old, and 20% in adolescents.



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