pellagrous


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pel·lag·rous

(pĕ-lag'rŭs),
Relating to or suffering from pellagra.

pel·lag·rous

(pĕ-lag'rŭs)
Relating to or suffering from pellagra.
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Pellagrous encephalopathy presenting as alcohol withdrawal delirium: a case series and literature review.
Other reported ACDRs were urticaria (8.33%), Steven Johnson (SJ) syndrome (8.33%), bullous eruption (6.25%), maculopapular rash (6.25%), pellagrous dermatitis (4.17%), hypertrichosis (4.17%), hypopigmentation (4.17%), eczematous drug eruption (2.08%), vesicular eruption (2.08%), swelling of lips (2.08%), acne rosacea (2.08%) and stria (2.08%) [Figure-2].
Kwashiorkor, often called infantile pellagra, is a dietary deficiency disease, essentially a lack of protein (and not carbohydrates), that mainly affects children 1-3 years old and usually takes the form of anemia, edema, weight loss, and a characteristic loss of pigmentation in the skin (which looks pellagrous).