skin rash

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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.
It is a highly-contagious infection caused by the varicella zoster virus which causes an itching skin rash with blisters.
These persons reported difficulty breathing (10 persons), nonproductive cough (9 persons), fever (9 persons), fatigue (8 persons), shortness of breath (7 persons), myalgia (6 persons), skin rash (6 persons), and nausea/vomiting (4 persons).
The most common side effect is a skin rash that usually lasts less than 2 weeks.
Most people who take, say, a 500-milligram dose of regular niacin, experience flushing, a tingling sensation accompanied by a red skin rash.
White plaque on your tongue - an itchy skin rash made up of shiny, slightly raised, purplered spots that are 3-5mm in diameter.
conorii, with a tache noire--like eschar on his ankle, fever (39.5[degrees]C), and a generalized maculopapular skin rash. The second documented and most recent case of human infection by R.
A mosquito-borne disease, the Zika virus is mild and has symptoms similar to dengue such as fever, skin rash, headache, muscle and joint pains, and vomiting.
Thick, white, lumpy discharge with a fine, red skin rash on the thighs, possibly painful sexual intercourse.
He had a blue-purple skin rash, particularly on the upper extremities.
This case underlines the importance of a thorough interview and clinical examination to detect characteristic signs (photophobia, painful ocular mobilization, skin rash) in patients returning from areas endemic for dengue fever, when clinical and biological signs incompletely correlate with the primary diagnosis.
Lyme disease often begins with a circular skin rash, followed by a nasty mix of flu and arthritis symptoms.
The vesicular rash of rickettsialpox may be easily confused with the skin rash seen in patients with chickenpox; however, the presence of one or more eschars at the site(s) of inoculation, the lack of successive crops of vesicles over time, and the presence of thrombocytopenia should lead clinicians to exclude varicella-zoster virus (formal name: Human herpesvirus 3) as the etiologic agent.
The result in this case, he notes, was a skin rash, not a systemic, life-threatening reaction.