skin eruption


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Noun1.skin 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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Itching is an unpleasant sensation related to a skin eruption or irritation that frequently provokes scratching.
In the cases, widespread desquamative skin eruption starting from periorificial, perineum, and extremities and peeling paint rash accompanied by hypoproteinemia, anemia, increased liver enzyme, and malabsorption findings with widespread eruption can be seen.
Lichen nitidus, which literally means "shiny moss," is a relatively rare, chronic skin eruption that is characterized clinically by asymptomatic, flat-topped, sharply demarcated, skin-colored papules, which are sometimes described as being "pinpoint."
Indeed, the maculopapular skin eruption, associated with the administration of amoxicillin in the course of infectious mononucleosis, is considered to represent a delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction (type IV allergic reaction).
Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP) is an uncommon skin eruption characterized by superficial nonfollicular aseptic pustules.
During the month of follow-up, the skin eruption disappeared without any therapy.
The relation between the onset of the skin eruption and the time of biopsy should be mentioned in terms of hours or days, instead of "early" or "late."
The skin eruption of AHS is nonspecific and can range from a morbilliform eruption to toxic epidermal necrolysis (1).
Brocq in 1984, coined the term 'fixed eruption' to describe a specialized pattern of skin eruption due to antipyrine.
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.
* Widespread red, blotch skin blotchy skin eruption. (see Urticaria below) Swelling of the tongue and throat.
The skin eruption then sprouted in the four-year-old's neck.