1976
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.112.8.1158
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Dapsone-induced motor polyneuropathy. A complication of prolonged treatment of subcorneal pustular dermatosis

Abstract: A motor polyneuropathy developed in a woman with subcorneal pustular dermatosis of 16 years' duration, who had received at least 300 gm of dapsone over a five-year period and 80 gm during the four-month period of progression of her neurologic symptoms. Although the patient believed her muscle power had returned to normal four months after the drug was stopped, a slight peripheral neuropathy remained. Electrodiagnostic and clinical features during the period of greatest weakness and the subsequent 16 months wer… Show more

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