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Synonyms for exanthem

eruption on the skin occurring as a symptom of a disease

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Once defervescence occurs, an erythematous morbilliform exanthem appears.
More recently, however, genomic investigations have revealed that parvovirus B19 (the cause of the childhood exanthem fifth disease), and human herpesvirus 6 (the cause of the childhood exanthem roseola infantum) are the most commonly isolated organisms in cases of suspected viral myocarditis.
5), (7) As the name implies, the rash resembles a viral exanthem and this, as well as other inflammatory conditions with a similar presentation, should be excluded.
Parvovirus B19 infection associated with acute hepatitis and a purpuric exanthem.
Exanthem Rare, prodromal pruritic popular rash possible.
Clinicians have learned to keep an eye out for the bad actors, like oral mucosa necrosis that could signal Stevens-Johnson syndrome, or the centripetal spread of exanthem with petechiae from a tick bite that could signal Rocky Mountain spotted fever, he said at a women's and pediatric dermatology seminar sponsored by Skin Disease Education Foundation (SDEF).
An exanthem then appears in a centrifugal pattern on the face, arms, hands, legs, and feet.
Evaluation by school nurses identified erythema in areas vigorously rubbed or scratched by students and no other skin lesions or exanthem.
Occasionally children may develop a fine pink pruritic, papular, or vesicular exanthem on the head, neck, and shoulders once griseofulvin is initiated.
If a vesicular exanthem (eg, skin eruptions or vesicles on the lips, nose, or tongue) is discovered on a patient, physicians must suspect a biological attack and undertake appropriate quarantine measures.
If a rash develops and the only signs are a mild, nonpainful pruritic exanthem, carbamazepine can be continued cautiously or discontinued.
The physician worries about a viral exanthem, perhaps a viral meningitis-she has seen several cases of it in the community recently.
For example, when Henry Warren contracted scarlet fever the first doctor wrote that the disease was "prevalent among the children of the town and in the married men's Barracks where this soldier was quartered 2 or 3 children are at this moment labouring under the exanthem [rash]" (fol.
Giannoti Crosti syndrome, asymmetric periflexural exanthem of childhood, and pityriasis rosea have much in common.