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Figure 2: (a-c) Generalized erythematous to purpuric macules and patches. Oral ulcers were also noted. (d) Bullae developed on erythematous patches and some ruptured with erosions. (e and f) The skin rash evolved to sheet-like epidermal detachment and epidermal necrosis involving around 80% of the body surface area. (g and h) The pathology showed subepidermal cleft with full layer epidermal necrosis. Perivascular sparse inflammatory cell infiltration predominantly lymphocyte and some eosinophils were noted. Direct immunofluorescence was not performed

Figure 2: (a-c) Generalized erythematous to purpuric macules and patches. Oral ulcers were also noted. (d) Bullae developed on erythematous patches and some ruptured with erosions. (e and f) The skin rash evolved to sheet-like epidermal detachment and epidermal necrosis involving around 80% of the body surface area. (g and h) The pathology showed subepidermal cleft with full layer epidermal necrosis. Perivascular sparse inflammatory cell infiltration predominantly lymphocyte and some eosinophils were noted. Direct immunofluorescence was not performed