exanthema


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eruption on the skin occurring as a symptom of a disease

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Most of these symptoms can mechanistically be explained by allergic or idiosyncratic reactions, especially itching, exanthema and cutaneous allergic reactions.
Exanthema, a common sign of skin infection, did not appear infrequently during MCPyV seroconversion; however, the rate did not reach statistical significance (p = 0.
Tula virus infection associated with fever and exanthema after a wild rodent bite.
forehead, 5 Fever Yes No Eosinophilia Yes (1,0) Yes (0,6) (highest value) ([paragraph]) Other signs and Uveitis, failure to Localized symptoms gain weight exanthema Diagnostic delay, 74 25 d # Diagnosis Positive serology, Positive morphologic serology, identification of identification of larva eggs Drugs received Ivermectin No 5 doses Antihistamines No Yes Oral steroids Yes No Outcome After eye surgery Good glaucoma; visual acuity 0,9 Case-patient no.
The study involved four enveloped viruses (bovine viral diarrhoea virus, pseudorabies virus, vesicular stomatitis Indiana virus and sindbis virus), six non-enveloped viruses (porcine parvovirus, human adenovirus 2, reovirus 3, vesicular exanthema of swine virus, bluetongue virus and foot and mouth disease virus) and a cell-associated human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
The most frequently reported systemic vaccine-related adverse experiences (greater than 1% of children) were fever (greater than 102(degree)F), irritability, measles-like rash, varicella-like rash, rash (not otherwise specified), upper respiratory infection, viral exanthema, and diarrhea.
Lesions types varied in size and type: ulcerated, multifocal, or coalescing proliferative cutaneous exanthema variolosum.
1997) SE: anxiety (1) Muller (1999) SE: allergic exanthema (1), skin sensitivity (1), nausea (1) Rychlik et al.
Imatinib causes exanthema and edema in a dose-dependent fashion in 17%-67% of patients.
Most common was a combination of exanthema, urticarial eruptions, lichenoid skin lesions, and purpura.
Side effects consisting of fever, chills and exanthema of the skin were mild and primarily occurred during initial dose escalation with MabCampath.
The most common side effects associated with vitamin B12 include mild transient diarrhea, polycythemia vera, itching, transitory exanthema and the feeling of swelling of the entire body.
During October 2013, the patient had high-grade fever, intense fatigue, and a maculopapular troncular exanthema without lymphadenopathy.
Spotted exanthema, fever, and night sweats are common in measles, mimicking similar symptoms of menopause such as hot flushes, night sweats, and increased core temperature.
Eight patients in the tolvaptan group withdrew because of adverse events that were potentially related to the study treatment (rash in two patients, dysgeusia, nocturia, urinary frequency, exanthema, muscle weakness, and hypernatremia in one patient each), as compared with eight patients in the placebo group (rash in two patients, acute renal failure in two patients, and increased serum creatinine concentrations, decreased serum sodium concentrations, aggravated hyponatremia, and vomiting in one patient each).