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Physical Examination: On presentation she was tachycardic (127 bpm) and febrile (38'C). She had edematous and vesiculated erythematous plaques and erosions on her face (Fig. A), chest, abdomen and on the extremities (Figs. B & C). There were extensive oral ulcerations and her lips were coated with a hemorrhagic crust. Her selerae were injected and her conjunctivae were red and edematous. She had a positive Nikolsky sign and exquisite skin tenderness.
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