scarlatinoid

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scar·la·ti·noid

 (skär′lə-tē′noid′)
adj.
Resembling scarlet fever or its rash.
Translations
scarlatiniforme
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Codeine caused pruritic scarlatiniform exanthemata: patch test negative but positive to oral provocation test.
Skin: Skin reactions (toxic epidermal necrolysis, erythema multiforme, morbiliform and scarlatiniform reactions, bullous and exfoliative dermatitis, erythema nodosum, and urticaria) have been reported with oral dapsone treatment.
conorii Tick Mediterranean spotted fever basin (endemic in (boutonneuse southern Europe fever) and northern Africa) Disease Diagnosis Clinical picture Cutaneous Clinical Migrating erythematous larva migrans pruritic serpiginous lesions, most often on the buttocks and feet Dengue fever Culture or detection of High fever, headache, the virus in blood by backache, retroorbital polymerase chain reaction pain, transient or serologic studies morbilliform or scarlatiniform eruption which may be followed by a generalized erythematous eruption with islands of sparing.