The symptoms of MAYV infection are often an exanthematous
rash, fever, myalgia, retro-orbital pain, headache, diarrhea, and arthralgia, the latter may persist for months or even years.
reactions were commonly produced by anticonvulsants in 16 patients (33.
drug eruptions, also called maculopapular eruptions, are not limited to the trunk.
Acute generalized exanthematous
pustulosis, a clue to neutrophil-mediated inflammatory processes orchestrared by T cells.
It can also be influenced by acquired conditions including nutritional deficiencies, exanthematous
diseases, congenital syphilis, hypocalcemia, inflammation or trauma during dental development, chemical substances, and idiopathic factors.
Use of acetaminophen also has been associated with toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) and acute generalized exanthematous
Severe cutaneous adverse reactions: acute generalized exanthematous
pustulosis, toxic epidermal necrolysis and Stevens-Johnson syndrome.
Methylphenidate hydrochloride (Ritalin) was associated with acute generalized exanthematous
pustulosis (AGEP) in a recent report of a 9-year-old boy being treated for ADHD (Arch.
Acute generalised exanthematous
pustulosis (AGEP) is characterised by 1 - 3 mm sterile pustules on a background of generalised oedematous erythema, 12 - 24 hours after ingesting the offending drug (Fig.
They are the most common cause of exanthematous
rashes in children.
Rickettsia slovaca: an agent of the group of exanthematous
fevers, in Portugal.
Skin reactions were defined by the following: skin rashes or exanthematous
eruption, either localised or generalised; Dapsone syndrome was defined as an exfoliative dermatitis and/or other skin rashes, generalised lymphadenopathy, fever, hepatosplenomegaly and hepatitis.
Furthermore, it was suggested that psoriasis might occur in association with other medications used and that some drug eruptions like exanthematous
pustulosis might imitate psoriasis (3), (5).
Rubella is an exanthematous
illness characterized by nonspecific signs and symptoms, including transient erythematous and sometimes pruritic rash, postauricular or suboccipital lymphadenopathy, arthralgia, and low-grade fever (1-3).
2) Cutaneous manifestations range from relatively benign exanthematous
eruptions to more serious eruptions such as erythroderma or TEN.