maculopapular


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maculopapular

a. maculopapular, rel. a máculas y pápulas.
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He said that old dengue fever is marked by rapid onset of high fever, headache, retro-orbital pain, diffuse body pain both muscle and bone, weakness, vomiting, sore throat, altered taste sensation, and a centrifugal maculopapular rash, among other manifestations.
The non-pruritic rash is typically maculopapular and erythematous in character, is visible starting 2-5 days post infection, may last up to 10 days.
Two days later a diffuse maculopapular pruritic rash emerged which was treated with antihistaminic medication.
Here we report a newborn with early congenital syphilis presenting with maculopapular rash and positive treponemal test born to an inadequately treated syphilitic mother.
Dermatologic adverse reactions are reported in 10-18% of cases including maculopapular, pustular, or vesiculobullous rash.
On May 1, 2016, a 53-year-old man was admitted to an emergency department in Adana, Turkey, for fever, headache, and maculopapular rash.
1 Cutaneous ADRs can range from a transient maculopapular rash to fatal toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN).
Herpes zoster infection is a disease characterized by maculopapular rash and dermatomal or neuropathic pain limited to one side of body.
Besides petechiae/purpura, patients with EGPA most often presented with allergic and nonspecific cutaneous manifestations, such as pruritus (13% of patients), urticaria (8%), and maculopapular rash (8%), they said.
Clinically, it is characterized by maculopapular, target-like lesions symmetrically distributed on the extremities (minor form) or additionally affecting one or more mucous membranes and causing epidermal detachment involving < 10% of the total body surface area (major form).
The findings observed on examination were pallor, icterus, conjunctival redness, periorbital edema, oral mucositis, palatal congestion, facial puffiness, and generalized erythematous maculopapular rashes (Figure 1).
It is clinically characterised by maculopapular rashes or vesicular lesions occurring on the palms, soles and other parts of the body such as the buttocks and thighs.