cutaneous reaction


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cutaneous reaction

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Roujeau JC, Stern RS: Severe adverse cutaneous reactions to drugs.
An option that can enable patients with cutaneous reactions to successfully go back on allopurinol.
4] Case reports have also demonstrated adverse cutaneous reactions associated with the use of sodium valproate and risperidone.
approval), and June 30, 2012, looking for those of special interest: thromboembolic events, severe cutaneous reactions, hematologic toxicities, and hepatic failure.
Also included are sexually transmitted diseases, disorders of the connective tissue, leg ulcers, cutaneous reactions to cold, hair and nail disorders, tumors, skin problems due to malnutrition, lifespan changes, sports and psychiatric issues, diseases of the oral cavity, occupational dermatoses, burns, various therapies, and cutaneous drug reactions.
As regards cutaneous reactions, agomelatine appeared to be associated with different kinds of rashes; the incidence in the agomelatine group was 0.
Cutaneous reactions to imatinib are common and may occur in 7% to 88.
Cutaneous reactions at sites of herpes zoster acars: an expanded spectrum.
Adverse cutaneous reactions that did occur were described as "mild, localized, and transient.