maculopapular


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maculopapular

 [mak″u-lo-pap´u-ler]
both macular and papular.

maculopapular

(mak'yū-lō-pap'yū-lăr),
Pertaining to a cutaneous eruption consisting of both macules and papules.

maculopapular

adjective Referring to or characterised by flat spots (macules) and tiny bumps (papules) on the surface of a tissue—usually understood to mean the skin or an organ (e.g., the liver or spleen).

maculopapular

Pertaining to small, circumscribed, usually discoloured, slightly raised spots on the skin.

maculopapular

both macular and papular.
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Sign and symptom duration was 1-5 days, and most patients had a maculopapular rash, myalgias, fever, and headache.
The skin manifestations of erythema nodosum, a maculopapular rash, or erythema multiforme represent a reaction to the primary pulmonary infection.
After 10 days of agomelatine therapy, maculopapular rashes bright red in color and pruriginous appeared prominently on the trunk.
Maculopapular eruptions are the most common lesions accompanying DIHS, however, the morphology of skin lesions may vary.
One subject was discontinued from the study due to maculopapular rash during treatment with darunavir/ritonavir only.
Common clinical features of acute strongyloidiasis include maculopapular rash involving the feet, epigastric discomfort, diarrhea, occasional nausea and vomiting.
A maculopapular rash follows 48 to 72 hours later, with subsequent vesicles and ulcer formation similar to those of primary VZV.
Morbilliform (measles-like) eruption or maculopapular exanthems are the most common presentation of a CADR, accounting for 95% of all cases.
In a separate genomewide association study, the researchers compared samples from 106 patients with carbamazepine-induced maculopapular exanthema and 1,553 control subjects.
More than 50% of patients receiving EGFR inhibitors experience dermatologic adverse effects, including maculopapular or papulopustular rash (most common), xerosis, pruritus, paronychia, abnormal hair growth, and telangiectasia.
The salient clinical features of SF include the primary lesion, inoculation eschar (tache noire), headache, malaise, fever, generalized myalgia, a pink maculopapular rash and hepatosplenomegaly as was seen in the patient.