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Cantharides blisters in children with rheumatic fever


, : Cantharides blisters in children with rheumatic fever. Clin Sci : 367-373

The blister size is reduced in acute rheumatic fever, possibly because of increased diffusion of fluid from the blister. ACTH treatment reduces blister size further, but the suggested mechanism for this is a decrease in capillary perme-ability.

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