cutaneous reaction


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cutaneous reaction

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A fixed-drug eruption is an adverse cutaneous reaction to a drug that is defined by a dusky red or violaceous macule, which evolves into a patch, and eventually, an edematous plaque.
The reaction was not considered as drug-induced if the drug was administered after the onset of cutaneous reaction.
Some authors state that the disease is a cutaneous reaction of systemic disease and it begins in localized lymph nodes (Basset et al.
These findings were consistent with a major cutaneous reaction, or "take," suggesting a successful response to vaccination.
Interestingly, each time he changed the molecules of the FDC (with ciprofloxacin or ofloxacin as fluoroquinolone, and tinidazole or ornidazole as nitroimidazole), expecting to avoid the cutaneous reaction.
We observed some minor side effects: 5 patients had asthenia, 5 had increase in low back pain, 5 had cutaneous reaction (2 erythema), 1 had hypotension.
Erythema nodosum (EN) is a cutaneous reaction consisting of inflammatory lesions.
Employing a simple strategy to evaluate the cutaneous reaction of an EPP patient to the laparoscopic light source gave maximal reassurance that laparoscopic cholecystectomy would not provoke intra-peritoneal complications.
This lag time was short (less than or equal to] I2) was days) for seven patients, among whom one had had a previous cutaneous reaction to the incriminated drug (carbamazepine).
Containing more than 35,000 adverse reactions, drug eruptions and cutaneous reaction patterns, the book includes prescription and over-the counter drugs and well as biologics and supplements.
An adverse cutaneous reaction produced by a drug is any unwanted alteration in the organization or function of the skin, its appendages, or mucous membranes, and it includes all adverse events related to drug eruption, irrespective of the causative factor.
In every patient, a history regarding drug intake, reaction time and history of previous drug reaction, was taken and examination done to find out the type of cutaneous reaction.