Voriconazole-induced pseudoporphyria

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Pseudoporphyria is a bullous photosensitivity, the commonest aetiology being secondary to various ingested medications. Voriconazole is a relatively new second-generation triazole antifungal agent. There have only been two reports of pseudoporphyria secondary to voriconazole. We report the third case of this phenomenon occurring in a lady being treated for disseminated candidal infection.

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