Recovering from desquamation is "sort of like recovering from a sun burn, and it's not particularly dangerous." Management of morbilliform
drug eruptions is largely symptomatic.
Drug eruptions constituted the third most common diagnostic category, with morbilliform
drug eruptions being the most frequent.
But this is against a study by Punit Kumar Singh  et al (2015) who observed that morbilliform
rash to be the most common pattern.
The most common cutaneous findings at the presentation in this study were morbilliform
rash, defined as maculopapular rash or exanthematous rash, but excluding atypical targetoid macules or purpuric macules.
The most common cutaneous side effects are oral ulcers, acne-like eruptions, and morbilliform
drug eruptions .
The initial erythema of the face is the result of capillary dilatation and occurs immediately before or during the first two days of febrile state and morbilliform
exanthema occurs in-between 3-7 days of febrility.
Out of total 25 patients with cutaneous drug reactions, morbilliform
rash was the most common (Figure 3).
and maculopapular eruptions are the most common reactions from this category.
A relative of dengue, the chikungunya virus can present in the form of a morbilliform
rash, nasal hyperpigmentation, purpuric macules, and erythema, the latter of which can sometimes be accompanied by ulcers.
The skin eruption of AHS is nonspecific and can range from a morbilliform
eruption to toxic epidermal necrolysis (1).
Skin lesions like maculopapular, morbilliform
, urticarial rashes, or a disseminated erythema have been reported.
These adverse events included cardiac arrest, ribavirin-associated morbilliform
drug eruption, and peritonitis secondary to perforated diverticulum, of which the two former events were felt to be related to study treatment.