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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This case demonstrates the need to examine the mucosa of all patients who have exanthematous, acute-onset eruptions and to examine the skin of patients who have mouth ulcers.
Although no exanthematous VACV outbreaks have been described in milk buffaloes in Brazil, our results suggest that buffalo herds may be exposed to VACV in BV-affected areas and therefore may be at risk for VACV infection.
Exanthematous outbreaks affecting dairy cattle and their handlers were reported in Brazil in 1999.
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).
japonica, the causative agent of Oriental spotted fever, was first isolated from a patient with febrile, exanthematous illness in Japan in 1985 (2).
The Mayaro virus is a zoonotic Alphavirus (family Togaviridae) responsible for epidemics of febrile exanthematous illness in Latin America and Amazonia (1).
TSS in neonates, referred to as neonatal TSS-like exanthematous disease, has been shown by flow cytometric analysis to involve an expansion of T-cell-receptor V[beta]2-positive T cells (4,5).
Because cases of rickettsialpox may be confused with chickenpox or other viral exanthematous diseases, misdiagnosis may occur when sporadic cases occur in areas where the disease is unknown to local practitioners.