cutaneous lesions are associated with favourable outcome in childhood-onset mastocytosis.
The rash appears 2-4 days after the onset of fever, and is initially maculopapular
([dagger]) Fever; maculopapular
rash; and cough, coryza, or conjunctivitis.
The rash was locally synchronous and had progressed from maculopapular
to vesicular and pustular; some lesions displayed black umbilication and crusting (Figure 1, panels C, D).
Immune-mediated AEs included diarrhea, maculopapular
rash and hyperthyroidism.
EM is characterized by target lesions, and drug eruptions are morbilliform or maculopapular
. The majority of cases of HFMD are diagnosed clinically; polymerase chain reaction testing is available and best performed on throat or vesicle specimens.
Conclusion: There is a wide spectrum of cutaneous manifestations in CKG besides the maculopapular
rash, unlike most other viral infections.
Skin findings vary from maculopapular
rash to erythroderma.
Indeed, the maculopapular
skin eruption, associated with the administration of amoxicillin in the course of infectious mononucleosis, is considered to represent a delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction (type IV allergic reaction).
Symptoms usually begin with sudden onset of high fever, severe fatigue, muscle aches, headache, and sore throat, which are followed by vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, maculopapular
rash, and internal and external bleeding.
Her lips and tonsils were hyperemic and she had diffuse, confluent, maculopapular
erythematous eruptions on her whole body, which faded when compressed.
He had also been having intermittent fevers, headache, body aches, and a nonpruritic maculopapular
rash on the bilateral lower extremities for 6 months.