Friday pop Quiz #31


The correct answer is: E. Symblepharon.

This man has Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) secondary to allopurinol. Symblepharon is the most common complication. As such, it is essential that patients with SJS undergo formal ophthalmologic evaluation early and often. The other remaining answer choices are potential complications from SJS, but symblepharon is most common.

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