Serum Sickness-like Reaction to Pamabrom
March 2006 | Volume 5 | Issue 3 | Case Report | 284 | Copyright © 2006
Jil K. Swanson MPAS PA-C, Joseph C. English III MD
Pamabron is a common over-the-counter diuretic used for relief of menstrual-associated symptoms. An urticarial eruption, with systemic complaints consistent with a serum sickness-like reaction, attributed to Pamabron is described. A review of the literature concerning Pamabron and dermatology is discussed.
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