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Table 5 Sweet's syndrome and probably associated conditions

From: Sweet's syndrome – a comprehensive review of an acute febrile neutrophilic dermatosis

Cancer Hematologic malignancies (most commonly acute myelogenous leukemia) and solid tumors (most commonly carcinomas of the genitourinary organs, breast, and gastrointestinal tract) [15]
Infections [12,16,17,19,20,125,126,166,186,259] Most commonly of the upper respiratory tract (streptococcosis) [16,17,20,186] and the gastrointestinal tract (salmonellosis [19,166] and yersiniosis [12])
Inflammatory bowel disease [260] Crohn's disease [12,16,17,20,30,115,164,187,261-267,411] and ulcerative colitis [12,16-18,20,30,214,268,269]
Medications Most commonly granulocyte colony-stimulating factor [11,13,17,39,41,69-124,404,417]
Pregnancy [12,16,30,270,271,410]  
  1. Source [1]: Adapted with permission from Cohen PR, Kurzrock R: Sweet's syndrome revisited: a review of disease concepts. Int J Dermatol 2003;42:761–778. Copyright 2003, Reprinted with permission from the International Society of Dermatology, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Oxford, United Kingdom.