diffuse erythema

diffuse erythema

skin redness or inflammation that is spread over a large body surface.
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Six months later, she developed diffuse erythema and urticaria 30 minutes after a rechallenge with a 250-mg dose and was hospitalized again.
IBC is an infrequent form of invasive breast cancer that often presents with a rapid onset of diffuse erythema, warmth, edema, and/or peau d'orange changes of the breast.
Strobovideolaryngoscopy revealed diffuse erythema, increased mucus viscosity, bilateral vocal fold varicosities, and bilateral vocal fold stiffness and scars.
Dermatologic: rash, pruritis, urticaria, flushing, local or diffuse erythema, conjunctival erythema and tearing, angioedema
Patients with diffuse erythema often have orthostatic hypotension and a bright red appearance.
Endoscopic examination in the ICU showed diffuse erythema and generalized supraglottic edema affecting mostly the epiglottis and arytenoids.
Among the girls examined, 62% had objective evidence in their colposcopic images of nonspecific, diffuse erythema, and 55% had periurethral bands.
In 1947, at age 4, I had a condition called diffuse erythema multiforme.
For example, the common feature in the vast majority of patients is central facial diffuse erythema.
A followup laryngeal examination with a 70[degrees] endoscope on postoperative day 4 showed diffuse erythema, edema, and mucosal ulceration of the right vocal fold (figure 2).
Other symptoms can include headache, striking retroorbital pain, and a maculopapular rash with diffuse erythema, said Dr.
Strobovideolaryngoscopy revealed acute laryngitis, which was characterized by diffuse erythema and mild edema.

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