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Default Erythema Multiforme vs Steven Johnsons syndrome vs TEN

Till now what i know is:-
Sloughing of < 10-15% of Total Body surface occurs in Steven-Johnsons
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Sloughing of > 30% of Total Body surface area in TEN.

Can anyone explain in simpler terms with the key words needed to remember all of them, it might be helpful to all of us
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Erythema multiforme- no mucous membranes affected
SJS- 10-15% of skin affected, mucous membranes affected, negative Nikolsky
TEN- >30% of skin affected, mucous membranes affected, positive Nikolsky

I hope I helped
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Thank you for the clarification!!!
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