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    • Morbilliform drug eruption

      • Exanthematous drug eruption, also called morbilliform or maculopapular drug eruption, is the most common type of drug hypersensitivity reaction [1,2]. They are characterized by a diffuse and symmetric eruption of erythematous macules or small papules occurring approximately one week after the initiation of drug treatment.
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