Reticulated multifocal fixed drug eruption due to mefenamic acid - a new morphological pattern.

Research paper by Nasser Rashid NR Dar, Sadia S Masood, Sajid Ali SA Mustafvi

Indexed on: 27 Sep '05Published on: 27 Sep '05Published in: Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons--Pakistan : JCPSP


Fixed drug eruption is a heterogeneous pattern of cutaneous reaction to certain drugs. Different morphological patterns of fixed drug eruption can occur. We describe a new morphology of fixed drug eruption showing a reticulated pattern as a result of ingestion of mefenamic acid and discuss the possible mechanism underlying such an appearance.