skin rash

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Three weeks later, the patient presented to the hospital with a two--week history of painful skin rash, mainly involving lower extremities, associated with a fever of 38.
Most (96%) infants had at least one episode of neutropenia and/or anaemia and about half had the most severe form, with relatively few (13%) experiencing skin rash.
These findings have suggested that an early skin rash could be a means of identifying patients most likely to respond to cetuximab treatment and who would gain the greatest survival benefit.
Any generalised itching without skin rash should be investigated to rule out underlying malignancy (cancer).
A new blood test can reveal whether a skin rash signals a high-risk complication or just a nuisance in people who have undergone a bone marrow transplant, James Ferrara of the University of Michigan and colleagues report in the Jan.
PEOPLE who use their mobile phones for long periods of time could develop an allergic skin rash, health experts have warned.
Ling "Carrie" Wang, 25, died after taking a traditional remedy for stomach upsets and a skin rash.
Patient 1 had a skin rash and palpable cervical lymph nodes.
Shingles, which causes a blistering rash and lingering discomfort, occurs when the chicken pox virus (varicella zoster) is reactivated, triggering a painful, blistering skin rash and sometimes long-term nerve pain (postherpetic neuralgia).
In most cases, people infected never become sick or have only mild symptoms that include fever, headache, nausea, body aches and a mild skin rash.
Skin reactions, especially in women: In a phase I study, 53% of healthy, HIV-negative women developed a skin rash while taking tipranavir combined with an oral contraceptive.
Patients developing a skin rash should tell their healthcare provider immediately as this may be a sign that the medication is causing problems.
Older people are also more susceptible to certain skin diseases, such as shingles (herpes zoster), varicose veins, leg ulcers and seborrheic dermatitis, a skin rash.