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Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis Lawsuit

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Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis Syndrome, which is also known as TEN or Lyell’s Syndrome, is a potentially fatal skin reaction which could be caused by a number of different medications. It is a more severe form of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome.

TOXIC EPIDERMAL NECROLSIS LITIGATION: Potential cases are reviewed by Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis lawyers throughout the United States. If a medication does not provide proper warnings about the possible Stevens-Johnson syndrome or toxic epidermal necrolysis side effects, users who experience problems may be entitled to compensation.

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OVERVIEW: Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis is a more severe form of the skin reaction known as Stevens-Johnson Syndrome. When skin lesions cover more than 30% of the body, a diagnosis of Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis is usually clinically made.

TEN causes the top layer of skin to detach from the lower layers.

For More Information See: Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Lawsuits

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  3. Sandi Reply

    I underwent a stem cell transplant in January of 2007 for a very rare kidney disease. During the process I was given Allopurinol and, as a result, suffered a severe episode of TENS in March. I was in the burn unit for a number of weeks. Thereafter, in September, I was given another antibiotic from the cephlosporin family and suffered a second episode of TENS and was placed back in the burn unit for another couple of weeks..

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