The File of Adverse Reactions of Medicines - FARM is IMP's database on adverse reactions. Since its publication in 1973 this file has been in use by dermatologists and pharmacologists worldwide. The first edition was published by Excerpta Medica in Amsterdam as A Guide to Drug Eruptions.
Since the first edition this publication has become known as the best compilation of the drug eruption literature available. A handbook highly recommended as a brief reference source for the practicing dermatologist, pharmacologist and other medical experts. Easy to use and an invaluable aid in the daily routine. This unique publication is based not only on the editorial board’s clinical experience and the dermatological information available, but also on the reports contributed by its readers.
Now a fully revised and updated 9th edition  is published under the title Side Effects in Dermatology combining an extensive list of drugs and references with easy readable classifications of Urticaria, Exanthema, and Positive Skin Tests.
Table of Contents
3. List of Cutaneous Adverse Reactions
4. List of Drugs
5. Description of Clinical Patterns
5.1. Acneiform eruptions
5.2. Alopecia, hypotrichosis, hypertrichosis
5.3. Drug-induced hypersensitivity syndrome (DIHS)
5.4. Eczematous type of drug eruptions
5.5. Exanthematous drug eruptions, exfoliative dermatitis and erythrodermia
5.6. Fixed drug eruptions
5.7. Granulomatous Drug Reactions (GDR)
5.8. Lichenoid drug eruptions
5.9. Lupus-like adverse drug reactions
5.10. Lymphoproliferative disorders
5.11. Nail changes due to drugs
5.12. Oral lesions
5.14. Pigmentary disorders
5.17. Scleroderma-like reactions
5.18. Severe cutaneous adverse reactions (SCAR)
5.20. Vascular reactions
5.21. Vesiculo-bullous eruptions