acneiform


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acneiform

 [ak-ne´ĭ-form]
resembling acne.

ac·ne·form

(ak'nē-fōrm),
Resembling acne.
Synonym(s): acneiform

acneiform

(ăk-nē′ə-fôrm′) or

acneform

(ăk′nē-)
adj.
Resembling acne.

acneiform

See acneform.

ac·ne·form

, acneiform (ak'nē-fōrm, ak-nē'i-fōrm)
Resembling acne.

acneiform

resembling acne.
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Other cutaneous effects in our study such as erythema multiforme, lichenoid eruption, acneiform eruption, photosensitivity, and less frequent ones such as vasculitis, flagellate pigmentation, bullous eruption, and peeling of palms and soles, were also seen, as noticed in previous studies.
14) However, the most common are dermatologic manifestations, such as the follicular acneiform rash seen in our patient.
Acneiform scarring may be seen, predominantly on the face and trunk.
Drug-Induced Skin Reactions Drug-Induced Skin Reactions (N = 52) N (%) Morbilliform Drug Eruption 26 (50%) Stevens-Johnson Syndrome 11 (21%) Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis 5 (10%) DRESS 5 (10%) Fixed Drug Eruption 2 (4%) Purpuric Drug Eruption 1 (2%) Acneiform Drug Eruption 1 (2%) Bullous Drug Eruption 1 (2%) DRESS: Drug Reaction with Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms
Because the clinical features of Grover's disease are often subtle (macules and papules are not florid) and variable (may be red or brown and usually papular but can be acneiform, vesicular, pustular, and even bullous), diagnosis requires a high degree of clinical suspicion.
Initially, HS manifests with open comedones (usually with two or more "heads") and tender subcutaneous acneiform papules.
Initially, HS manifests with open comedones (usually with two or more 'heads") and tender subcutaneous acneiform papules.
For both cetuximab and panitumumab, the main side effects consist of an acneiform rash, gastrointestinal toxicity and hypomagnesemia.
However, it may occasionally present with atypical presentations, such as with a zosteriform pattern, as hyperkeratotic psoriasiform, as eczematoid, or as erysipeloid, lupoid, sporotrichoid, nodular, warty, impetiginized, and acneiform lesions.
On day 17 of PIP/TAZ therapy, while fever and neutropenia were still persisting, an ulcerated erythematous lesion with a necrotic center was detected on the patient's right hip, and there were smaller acneiform, erythematous nodular lesions on the left side of the abdominal wall, the left hip, the forearm, and the axilla (Figures 1 and 2).
Acneiform Dermatitis Benzoyl peroxide Applied topically Some patients may and antibiotic benefit from oral antibiotic therapy.