maculopapular eruption

maculopapular eruption

rash consisting of both macules and papules (e.g., drug eruption).
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Morphologically, this drug reaction is characterized by a maculopapular eruption more than 3 weeks after exposure to an offending agent.
Rarely, the pain is not followed by the maculopapular eruption of HZ, and this clinical presentation is known as zoster sine herpete.
Herein, we present a case of DIHS triggered by sulphasalazine and associated with pustular eruption and maculopapular eruption.
The rash was a maculopapular eruption with some confluence, and it had a discrete distribution in his bathing suit area.
It may be a much more noticeable maculopapular eruption, with a morbilliform appearance reminiscent of the rash from amoxicillin use in Epstein-Barr virus disease.
The rickettsioses have characteristic clinical features, including fever, headache, maculopapular eruption, and sometimes eschar formation (primary lesion).
Rubella typically presents with a pink, maculopapular eruption that begins on the face and spreads downward to the trunk and extremities.
Skin findings are mostly observed in the form of maculopapular eruption (MPE).
Conclusion: Based on the results of the present study, the most common drug reactions are urticaria-angioedema, maculopapular eruption, and fixed drug eruption and the most frequent causative agents are antibiotics, analgesics, and anti-hypertensive drugs.
2) The most common presentation is a maculopapular eruption involving the face.
Maculopapular eruptions, erythematous eruptions, edema, and periorbital edema are the most common adverse events seen 121.