morbilliform rash

morbilliform rash

An exanthema commonly due to echovirus 9, consisting of fine, discrete maculopapules on the head and neck, rarely elsewhere; the rash and characteristic low-grade fever usually resolve in a week.

DiffDx
Rubella, meningococcal petechiae-Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome, Kawasaki’s disease.

morbilliform rash

morbilliform Latin, measles-like An exanthema commonly due to echovirus 9, consisting of fine, discrete maculopapules on the head and neck, rarely elsewhere DiffDx Rubella, meningococcal petechiae-Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome, Kawasaki's disease; the rash and characteristic low-grade fever usually resolve in a wk. See Rash.
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6) For this study, the following were designated the 'classic dermatological measles syndrome': Koplik's spots, other typical oral manifestations (stomatitis), conjunctivitis, and a morbilliform rash with cephalocaudal spread.
With reference to photographs of typical measles skin reactions, they assessed photographs and limited pertinent information regarding the dermatological presentation of each patient obtained at the initial assessment, and determined whether the patient displayed a morbilliform rash or not (Fig.
The patient had no history of enanthem (Koplik spots) or morbilliform rash before or after symptom onset and no documented history of measles vaccination.
Accelerated and delayed reactions are not IgE-mediated and those affected may develop a morbilliform rash, serum sickness, vasculitis, contact dermatitis, Stevens-Johnson syndrome or toxic epidermal necrolysis.
A morbilliform rash appears, particularly on the face, accompanied by fever, adenopathy, and joint pain.
The common manifestations of severe disease are fever, weakness, gastrointestinal symptoms, change in mental status, seizures, maculopapular or morbilliform rash involving the neck, trunk, arms or legs (as was seen with Ted), flaccid paralysis, ataxia, extrapyramidal signs, cranial nerve abnormalities, myelitis, optic neuritis, and nuchal rigidity.
There was no hepatosplenomegaly, but a morbilliform rash developed over her extremities.
Patients may present with a mild urticarial reaction or a morbilliform rash, which implies that they might have been bitten before and might have anti-Loxosceles immunity.
Causes of morbilliform rash in a highly immunised English population.
Manifestations of HIV-1 infection such as pharyngitis, fever, morbilliform rash, myalgias, arthralgias, nausea, headache, emesis, and lymphadenopathy have been reported.
Lymphadenopathy and an erythematous macular, papular, or morbilliform rash were commonly reported in earlier outbreaks, but are evidently not common symptoms in the current epidemic.
A morbilliform rash is seen in approximately 5%-10% patients; usually not severe but cases of Stevens-Johnson syndrome have been reported.