Lyell syndrome(A. Lyell - modern English dermatologist), epidermal toxic necrolysis - toxic-allergic epidermal necrolysis with extensive skin lesions.
There are staphylococcal (in infants and young children. Age) and medication (in children and adults).
CLINICAL PICTURE: the appearance of vesicular, papular elements along with the formation of thin-walled large bubbles filled with liquid, which, bursting, form extensive erosive areas resembling 2nd degree burns. When L. s. there are severe lesions of the mucous membranes of the mouth, eyes, genitals, small vessels, and phenomena of periarteritis nodosa. Rashes are accompanied by malaise, weakness, fever, chills.
TREATMENT: with staphylococcal L. p. - antibiotics; with drugs - corticosteroids, antihistamines, drugs of calcium, potassium, hemodez, vitamins.