exanthema


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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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Exanthema on the trunk and severe oropharyngeal mucosal hyperaemia were present at the very beginning of the disease, while in the further course bulbar hyperaemia appeared.
Etiology of exanthema in children in a dengue endemic area.
In addition to exanthema, there is also involvement of one or more internal organs, most frequently the liver, GI tract, kidneys, lungs, CNS, and hematopoietic system.
A small percentage of patients in clinical trials suffered pruritis, headache, exanthema, malaise, asthma and vertigo.
Different skin diseases were labelled with it, with the most important symptom being red exanthema, but in Europe the term was generally marked as ergotism.
Yadav has also to his credit the first time in India identification of Equine influenza A, Equine Infectious Anaemia virus, Equine coital exanthema virus, Equine arthritis virus and Equine rota virus.
Otros textos se focalizaban particularmente en el naranjo, como la peste de los naranjos de Quillota, la exanthema y otras enfermedades.
The diagnosis is made by presentation of fever for at least 5 days and at least 4 of the following signs: (1) Bilateral conjunctival congestion, (2) Changes of lips and oral cavity: red lips, strawberry tongue, diffuse injection of oral and pharyngeal mucosa, (3) Polymorphous exanthema, (4) Changes of peripheral extremities, (acute phase: Red palms and soles, indurative edema), (convalescent phase: Membranous desquamation from fingertips), (5) Acute nonpurulent cervical lymphadenopathy.
ADR in the BP group were: diarrhea and dysentery likely due to lactose intolerance in one woman, and in a second women an exanthema of the face and upper thorax that was self-limiting.
6%) of the patients studied herein had exanthema, macular in two and maculopapular in another two, occurring mostly on the trunk and limbs.
The source was also a child (the brother of the initially diagnosed patient) who had recently arrived in the United States with his family from India, and who had been treated previously in the ED for a rash diagnosed as viral exanthema and released, the CDC reported (MMWR 2012;61:30-2).