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. Jan-Mar 2020;66(1):54.
doi: 10.4103/jpgm.JPGM_454_19.

Doxycycline-induced Staining of Teeth and Malar Rash in a Child

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Doxycycline-induced Staining of Teeth and Malar Rash in a Child

G Joshi et al. J Postgrad Med. .
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Panel A: Black staining of the teeth after 3 weeks of treatment with doxycycline (solid arrow) and malar rash over the tip of nose and cheeks (block arrow). Panel B: Disappearance of the rash and reversal of teeth staining after 3 months of stopping the drug

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