Rowell Syndrome in a 4-Year-Old Male Child: A Rare Case Report
Rowell syndrome is an unusual disease entity characterized by the occurrence of erythema multiforme(EM) in association with lupus erythematosus(LE). The syndrome occurs mostly in middle aged women. We are reporting this case in a 4 year old child.
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