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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Transmission of toxin-producing MRSA in obstetrical wards among women and/or neonates has been described in cases of neonatal TSS-like exanthematous diseases [10-12].
Sylvatic epidemic typhus, hereafter referred to as sylvatic typhus, is a rare but potentially lethal zoonotic exanthematous disease caused by Rickettsia prowazekii.
This clone belongs to the sequence type (ST) 5-SCCmec II clone, formerly named "NewYork/Japan clone," which has been associated with neonatal TSS-like exanthematous disease in Japanese hospitals (4-6).