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Two weeks later, the skin rash resolved completely.
After 6 weeks the time to any adverse event was similar in both arms for neutropenia and/or anaemia (all grades); for neutropenia and/or anaemia (grade 3 or above); and skin rash (grade 2 or above: HR, 95% CI: 1.
Our findings support those of others in suggesting a role for HBoV in systemic infection, causing gastrointestinal symptoms and skin rash (6,8).
The patient subsequently developed nausea and vomiting in addition to a skin rash.
Nonallergic irritant contact dermatitis, a skin rash, is the most common reaction affecting regular wearers of powdered and nonpowdered latex gloves.
Rob is bullied terribly at school, suffers from a disfiguring skin rash, and gets his only comfort from carving wood as his mother taught him to do, and from the wisdom and care of Willie May, who cleans rooms at the rundown motel where Rob's father works.
JIM OLD is hoping a skin rash on Wise King that led to the chaser being declared a non-runner at Kempton yesterday will have cleared in time for him to compete in a similar race at Warwick today.
Most infections are mild, and symptoms include fever, headache, and body aches; some people may experience skin rash and swollen lymph glands.
Diarrhea that lasts more than three days calls for immediate attention from a doctor, as does a skin rash.
Many of them told him they first got a reddish, "bull's eye" type of skin rash before feeling ill.
If you develop a skin rash with or without a fever, fast heart beat, or low blood pressure, immediately stop taking thalidomide and contact your doctor.
It is difficult to identify a skin rash unless it is actually seen by a doctor or nurse practitioner, but it sounds as if you have a heat rash.