Most common cutaneous manifestation observed in this study was maculopapular rash
(59.4%), as has been reported in other studies too.10-12 The rash appeared within 2-3 days of the onset of fever and subsided within first week in all the patients; earliest after 2 days and latest after 6 days of onset of fever, thus was abrupt in onset, short lasting and was associated with moderate to severe pruritus in most of the patients in this study (78.9%).
The bilateral lower extremities demonstrated a maculopapular rash
Keywords: Syphilis, congenital, maculopapular rash
Among the various known patterns of CADRs, the most common was maculopapular rash
(26%), followed by fixed drug eruptions (FDEs) (21.7%), and erythematous rash (21.3%) (Figure 1).
Adult-onset Still's disease (AOSD) is a rare systemic inflammatory condition with unknown etiology that is characterized by high spiking fever, arthritis, typically salmonpink maculopapular rash
, leukocytosis with neutrophilia, and multiple organs' involvement .
Upon arrival, the patient was noted to have swelling of the RUE with diffuse large blisters (Figures 1-3) in addition to a generalized maculopapular rash
The maculopapular rash
was nonerythematosus, nonblanching, and not tender to touch.
Both developed prodromal symptoms the day after their return, then a generalized red maculopapular rash
2 days later.
Characteristic clinical findings are acute onset of fever with maculopapular rash
, arthralgia, or conjunctivitis.
The illness was characterized by maculopapular rash
, fever, myalgias/arthralgia, conjunctivitis, severe rash in arms and legs, and low grade fever.
Fever is usually higher than 100.9 F followed by diarrhea, vomiting and maculopapular rash
whilesymptoms of kidney and liver function also appeared.
Symptoms of Zika virus infection include initial fever, a maculopapular rash
, arthralgia, and sometimes conjunctivitis.