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  1. Roseola - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roseola_infantum

    Rash. Once the febrile phase subsides, a rash develops. In some cases, the rash can present after one or two days after the fever resolves. The rash is classically described as an erythematous morbilliform exanthem and presents as a distribution of soft pink, discrete, and slightly raised lesions each with a 2-5mm diameter.

  2. Drug eruption - Wikipedia

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    The most common type of eruption is a morbilliform (resembling measles) or erythematous rash (approximately 90% of cases). Less commonly, the appearance may also be urticarial, papulosquamous, pustular, purpuric, bullous (with blisters) or lichenoid. Angioedema can also be drug-induced (most notably, by angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors).

  3. Scarlet fever - Wikipedia

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    Viral exanthem: Viral infections are often accompanied by a rash which can be described as morbilliform or maculopapular. This type of rash is accompanied by a prodromal period of cough and runny nose in addition to a fever, indicative of a viral process.

  4. Drug rash - WikEM

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    Onset of eruption: 2-6 weeks: 1-3 weeks: 48 hours: 1-3 weeks Duration of eruption (weeks) Several: 1-3 <1: Several Fever +++ +++ +++ +++ Mucocutaneous features: Facial edema, morbilliform eruption, pustules, exfoliative dermattiis, tense bullae, possible target lesions: Bullae, atypical target lesions, mucocutaneous erosions

  5. morbilliform : definition of morbilliform and synonyms of ...

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    The term morbilliform refers to a rash that looks like measles.The rash consists of macular lesions that are red and usually 2-10 mm in diameter but may be confluent in places.

  6. What is a Morbilliform Rash? (with pictures)

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    Sep 11, 2020 · Morbilliform rash is a "late drug rash." It appears on the skin of the affected individual after one to two weeks of exposure to drugs, such as antibiotics or barbiturates. Drug-caused rashes of this kind are usually associated with penicillin, cephalosporins, sulphonamides, and anticonvulsants.

  7. Pediatric rashes - WikEM

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    1.2 Rash Red Flags [1] 2 Clinical Features; 3 Differential Diagnosis. 3.1 Pediatric Rash; 4 Evaluation. 4.1 Pediatric rashes visual diagnosis; 5 Management; 6 ...

  8. Morbilliform | definition of morbilliform by Medical dictionary

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    morbilliform: ( mōr-bil'i-fōrm ), Resembling measles (1). [see morbilli]

  9. Exanthems | DermNet NZ

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    What is an exanthem?. Exanthem is the medical name given to a widespread rash that is usually accompanied by systemic symptoms such as fever, malaise and headache. It is usually caused by an infectious condition such as a virus, and represents either a reaction to a toxin produced by the organism, damage to the skin by the organism, or an immune response.

  10. Maculopapular Rash: Causes, Treatment, and More

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    Jan 30, 2019 · A maculopapular rash is a marker for many diseases, allergic reactions, and infections. Most of the time, the cause is a viral infection. See a doctor if you have a maculopapular rash.

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