exanthema


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eruption on the skin occurring as a symptom of a disease

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Gianotti-Crosti syndrome (GCS), also known as papular acrodermatitis of childhood, is a relatively rare, self-limited exanthema that usually affects infants and children 6 months to 12 years of age (peak occurrence is in one-to 6-year-olds).
False negatives may happen at the onset of the clinical picture or when acute exanthema appears, so in patients with a high degree of clinical suspicion and a negative result, it should be repeated during the next months to document sero-conversion (6).
Rarely reported side effects were nasopharyngitis, arthralgia, tachycardia, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, difficulty in swallowing and breathing, hypnotic activity, heaviness of the head, heartburn, belching, swelling of the arms and legs, sweating, hot flushes, exanthema, sleep problems, depression, and sleepwalking (54).
On admission to hospital, the child had clinical signs of disease in the form of rosecolored exanthema on the trunk, dry and intensely red lips, extreme hyperemia of the mucosa of the oropharynx, bilateral suboccipital and submandibular lymph nodes palpable to 0.
Viral exanthema - Nonpruritic, prodrome, fever, maculopapular lesions, individual lesions last for days.
One year later, the patient developed fever and a generalised nodular exanthema particularly affecting her face.
And then 3 weeks later, he was admitted with orthopnea and skin lesions including generalized cutaneous exanthema and erythematous plaques [Figure 1]e.
Dermatological spectrum of hand, foot, and mouth disease from classical to generalized exanthema.
A suspected case of classical dengue may be defined as the patient with acute high fever, for a maximum 7-day period, with at least two of the following symptoms: headache, eye pain, myalgia, arthralgia, body weakness and exanthema.
Roseola, also known as exanthema subitum or sixth disease, is a common viral infection that affects children by the age of 2 years, most commonly between ages 6 and 15 months.
Rickettsial diseases can be easily confused with a variety of viral (measles, enteroviral exanthema, dengue and infectious mononucleosis), protozoal (malaria), bacterial (meningococcemia, typhoid, leptospirosis, toxic shock syndrome, scarlet fever, etc), collagen vascular (Kawasaki disease, other vasculitis) diseases, and adverse drug reactions.
They cover classification, diagnostic procedures, pathologic features, cognitive dysfunction, the immune response, chromosomally integrated HHV-6, treatment, and associations with febrile seizures and status epilepticus, encephalitis, multiple sclerosis, mesial temporal lobe epilepsy, exanthema subitum and related skin diseases, autoimmune disease, drug-induced hypersensitivity syndrome/drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms, solid organ transplantation, hematopoietic cell transplantation, cardiovascular diseases and cardiomyopathies, lymphohematopoietic diseases, and cancer.
ELISA-VIDITEST and IF-VIDITEST anti-HHV-6 kits are intended for serological diagnosis of diseases associated with HHV-6 infection, such as exanthema subitum, acute respiratory illnesses, diarrhoea with fever and febrile seizures in infants, heterophile antibody-negative infectious mononucleosis in children, also interstitial pneumonia, encephalitis, meningitis, hepatitis, and aplastic anemia in immunodeficient patients.
All the patients were observed for various side effects of Suxamethonium and Rocuronium like muscle fasciculation, bradycardia (values less 30% of baseline), tachycardia (values more 30% of baseline), hypotension (values less 30% of baseline), hypertension (values more 30% of baseline), anaphylactic reaction, rash, exanthema, urticaria and bronchospasm.