Posts Tagged: Syndrome

Drug Eruptions: Capecitabine induced Sweet’s Syndrome

Sweet’s syndrome is a rare paraneoplastic syndrome, usually associated with hematologic malignancies, manifesting with fevers, neutrophilic leucocytosis, painful edematous plaques, usually involving the hands and distal arms with a dermal infiltrate of neutrophils on biopsy.  One of the characteristic features of Sweet’s is what is called “pseudovesiculation”…the cutaneous lesions appear to be vesicles, however, if… Read more »