skin eruption

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: eruption - eruption on the skin occurring as a symptom of a disease
eruption - symptom consisting of a breaking out and becoming visible
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Pityriasis rosea is an acute self-limiting disease, probably infective in origin, affecting mainly children and young adults, and characterised by distinctive skin eruption and minimal constitutional symptoms.
The skin eruption was preceded by headache, inability to concentrate, and insomnia, initiated over the trunk and then spread to the abdomen and neck without a herald patch.
The skin eruption then sprouted in the four-year-old's neck.
Dr Ekramullah Al Nasir, Specialist Dermatologist and Medical Director of Dermacare Skin Centre told Gulf News that while denim jeans are very much in fashion, dark coloured skin-tight fabrics could lead to the formation of skin eruption.
A 51-year-old Caucasian male was admitted for a widespread poly-morphous skin eruption, with erythematous patches, wheals, and tense blisters, some of them half-filled with purulent fluid showing a hypopyon like-appearance, with a month's evolution (Fig.
A heliotropic skin eruption and Gottron's papules are considered pathognomic for dermatomyositis, but these can be tricky.
9) Finally, the author himself undermines his own diagnosis by going on to say that it is unlikely the painter would have painted Sebastian with only a temporary skin eruption, erysipelas of course being a temporary skin eruption.
No difference was found in complications like nausea, vomiting, sedation, bronchospasm, drowsiness, hallucinations, agitation, respiratory distress, respiratory depression, excessive secretions and skin eruption (Table-III).
He said that dengue or break-bone fever is an acute febrile disease that is characterized by a sudden onset with fever, severe bodily pain in joints, slow pulse, decrease in red blood corpus cells and measles-like skin eruption.
The book's chapters are structured by type of skin eruption rather than nosological disease entity, which adds to the ease with which a specific clinical presentation can be found.