exanthematous


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Related to exanthematous: exanthematous fever, exanthematous disease

exanthematous

 [eg″zan-them´ah-tus]
characterized by or of the nature of an eruption or rash.

ex·an·them·a·tous

(ek'zan-them'ă-tŭs),
Relating to an exanthema.

exanthematous

/ex·an·them·a·tous/ (eg″zan-them´ah-tus) characterized by or of the nature of an eruption or rash.

exanthematous

[ig′zənthem′ətəs]
Etymology: Gk, ex, out, anthema, blossoming
pertaining to an eruptive disease (such as measles) or the skin rash that accompanies it.

ex·an·them·a·tous

(ek'san-them'ă-tŭs)
Relating to an exanthema.

exanthematous

characterized by or of the nature of an eruption or rash.
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Ofuji S, Yamamoto O: Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis associated with a human parvovirus B19 infection.
During the study two patients developed 'Dapsone Hypersensitivity Syndrome' (DHS) and one patient developed 'Acute Generalized Exanthematous Pustulosis' (AGEP) to Dapsone.
9) Keep in mind, however, that exanthematous reactions may be the presenting symptom of a more serious condition, especially if associated with any of the red flags described in Table 2.
Neither history of rash nor any overt sign of any exanthematous fever was found in any child and there was no measles or varicella in the community during September to December.
The neurological complications of varicella that precede or accompany the exanthematous manifestation are likely to be directly related to viral invasion of the nervous system.
By using a simple protocol (Table), it should be possible to gather evidence using a case-control format comparing the frequency of a secondary flavivirus antibody response in convalescent-phase serum samples of persons experiencing any defined acute Zika virus disease syndromes, such as exanthematous fever, congenital Zika syndrome, or GBS (i.
Thus, the exanthematous disease is probably the putative cause of this deformity.
Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis has been reported as a rare adverse event that resolves almost completely within a few weeks of cessation of the drug and use of corticosteroids.
The majority of cutaneous drug reactions are exanthematous (75%-95%) and urticarial (5%-6%).