cutaneous reaction


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cutaneous reaction

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There was one grade 4 cutaneous reaction TRAE that led to discontinuation.
The predominant cutaneous reaction reported in the literature is a neutrophilic dermatosis [9].
Toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) is a severe cutaneous reaction characterized by extensive epidermal necrolysis (more than 30% of body surface), fever, and mucosal tissue involvement with conjunctivitis [1].
This adverse cutaneous reaction may occur in the week after medicine administration.
The patient had had a nonanaphylactic cutaneous reaction to penicillin previously.
Chuen, "Cutaneous reaction associated with weekly docetaxel administration," Journal of Oncology Pharmacy Practice, vol.
A fixed-drug eruption is an adverse cutaneous reaction to a drug that is defined by a dusky red or violaceous macule, which evolves into a patch, and eventually, an edematous plaque.
Some authors state that the disease is a cutaneous reaction of systemic disease and it begins in localized lymph nodes (Basset et al., 2005).
These findings were consistent with a major cutaneous reaction, or "take," suggesting a successful response to vaccination.
In vitro test (IgE-immunoblotting) can be performed in patients with a positive prick test to confirm the allergic nature of the cutaneous reaction [34].
We observed some minor side effects: 5 patients had asthenia, 5 had increase in low back pain, 5 had cutaneous reaction (2 erythema), 1 had hypotension.