Fuchs’ syndrome or Stevens-Johnson syndrome without skin involvement is an uncommon disease. It is manifested by the involvement of at least two mucous membranes. Atypical stevens johnson syndrome is often associated with mycoplasma pneumonia infection. The association with a herpes virus infection is exceptional. We describe a case of a young patient who consulted for oral and genital erosions and in whom the diagnosis of fuch's syndrome was retained on clinical and paraclinical arguments
Loubab Omahsan, Siham Dikhaye, Nada Zizi. Fuchs’ syndrome in an adult male: A new case report. Int. J.Dermatol. Sci. 2020;2(1):01-02.