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A 17-year-old female, admitted in an intensive care unit (ICU), presented with multiple clear fluid-filled lesions over the chest, abdomen and back since 3 days. There was a history of accidental intake of unknown substance. Patient was unconscious and had signs of profuse sweating and lacrimation. On examination, there were multiple discrete clear vesicles and bullae over a background of normal skin over chest (figure 1A), abdomen (figure 1B), and proximal part of upper and lower limbs. Oral, ocular and genital mucosae were normal. There was no history of fever, and respiratory and gastrointestinal …
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