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exanthema

[‚eg‚zan′thē·mə]
(medicine)
An eruption on the skin.
Any disease or fever accompanied by a skin eruption.
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Morbilliform (measles-like) eruption or maculopapular exanthems are the most common presentation of a CADR, accounting for 95% of all cases.
Identification of human herpesvirus-6 as a causal agent for exanthem subitum.
Other well-documented cutaneous reactions to antiretroviral drugs include pigmentary abnormalities triggered by zidovudine (Retrovir), a hypersensitivity reaction to abacavir (Ziagen), an exanthem brought on by amprenavir (Agenerase) and efavirenz (Sustiva), and Stevens-Johnson syndrome caused by nevirapine (Viramune).
Exanthem subitum (roseola infantum) misdiagnosed as measles or rubella.
There was fever an exanthem, and lymphadenopathy But the lesions were distinctly different from those in chickenpox or smallpox, said Dr.
Six months before admission, the patient had a viral exanthem of blistering rash on her lips, palate, and chest.
These symptoms can also vary among persons; most American patients in the 2003 monkeypox outbreak had a rash with 1 to >100 skin lesions (4-7), whereas others may have monkeypox infection without exanthem (8, 9).
Hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) is a common febrile illness of early childhood, characterized by 3-4 days of fever and the development of a vesicular enanthem on the buccal mucosa, gums, and palate and a papulovesicular exanthem on the hands, feet, and buttocks (1).
In Africa and Central and South America, Bunyamwera serogroup viruses cause sporadic human illness, including undifferentiated febrile illness, fever with exanthem, meningitis, and rarely, encephalitis.
Physical examination showed a scattered macular exanthem of discrete erythematous macules on the trunk and extremities with involvement of the palms; oral mucositis; a tender prostate; and a friable, mildly inflamed anal mucosa with some ulcerations and excoriations.
A viral exanthem as well as malaria responding to treatment were diagnosed.
Two types of HHV-6 (A and B) can be identified; no diseases have clearly been linked to HHV-6A infection, whereas HHV-6B is responsible for the childhood disease exanthem subitum.