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1,722 Possible Causes for Earlier Onset May Occur, Exanthema, Hot Flushes

  • Psoriasis

    Viral exanthema should also be considered. Especially in patients with palmar and plantar lesions, serologic analysis should be performed to exclude secondary syphilis.[] Among children and adolescents, plaque psoriasis has been found to affect females more than males, but this observation may be due to the earlier age of onset in females.[] Symptoms Rosacea occurs primarily on your face and causes symptoms like easy and severe blushing or flushing, hotness, redness, bumps, and swelling.[]

  • Pruritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy

    […] o P...Mota L 2017 5 Polymorphic eruption of pregnancy. ( 27265077 ) Taylor D....Aronson I.K. 2016 6 Urticarial exanthema due to hepatitis B in a pregnant woman, mimicking[] […] in women with multiple gestations.70 PUPPP usually develops in the third trimester, although the condition may have its onset in the postpartum, and rarely earlier in pregnancy[] ; dermatographism; hot and cold sensations; and marble skin, a condition characterized by bluish skin discoloration from an exaggerated response to cold. 2 All pregnant women[]

  • Menopause

    The median age for menopause is 51, though it may occur on average up to two years earlier for African-American and Latina women.[] On this page: Hot flushes Menopause and memory Mood disturbances Sex & menopause Continence and prolapse Hot flushes Around 80 per cent of women experience hot flushes and[] But some women suffer hot flushes into their 80s.[]

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  • Acne Vulgaris

    Esophagitis ( ) ( ) Phototoxicity ( ) ( ) Hyperpigmentation Drug-induced lupus erythematosus Cholestatic hepatitis, pancreatitis, pseudomembranous colitis ( ) ( ) (( )) Exanthema[] […] yoga” class, significantly flushes the pores to reduce acne incidence.[] These may include alcoholic drinks, spicy foods, and hot drinks such as coffee and tea.[]

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  • Atopic Dermatitis

    Bieber 2007 reported drug‐related adverse events in 6 out of 136 participants (4.4%) in the tacrolimus 0.03% twice a day group (pruritus, burning, and hot flushes) and none[]

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  • Scarlet Fever

    (By Afag Azizova (Own work) via Wikimedia Commons) Differential diagnosis [ 5, 13 ] Other viral exanthema: Erythema infectosum (or fifth disease). Measles. Rubella.[] Clean the flush handle, toilet seat, sink taps, bathroom surfaces and door handles at least daily with hot water and detergent.[]

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  • Cutaneous Leukocytoclastic Vasculitis

    急性細菌性心内膜炎】(略 ABE) *acute bronchitis【急性気管支炎】 *acute cholecystitis【急性胆嚢炎】 *acute chorditis【急性声帯炎】 *acute encephalopathy【急性脳症】 *acute eosinophilic pneumonia【急性好酸球性肺炎】(略 AEP) *acute exanthema[] English Allergic skin reactions (including rash), itching, hot flushes, fever, chills.[] English Rare (less than 1 in 1,000 people affected) – Allergic skin reactions (including rash), itching, hot flushes, fever, chills.[]

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  • Anaphylaxis

    […] of asthma (for example, with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs [NSAIDs]) Box 2 Non-immediate reactions without systemic involvement Widespread red macules or papules (exanthema-like[] […] syndrome Carcinoid Postmenopausal hot flushes Red man syndrome (vancomycin [Vancocin]) Miscellaneous Panic attacks Systemic mastocytosis Hereditary angioedema Leukemia with[] Within five minutes, she felt hot and flushed and began to have difficulty breathing. Very quickly, she felt dizzy and nauseated.[]

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  • Urticaria

    Arthropod bites: lesions last several days, frequently insect exposure history Erythema multiforme: lesions last several days, “target” appearance, may have fever Viral exanthema[] Illness begins within 30 minutes to an hour or two of consuming the fish, usually with a feeling of warmth and flushing.[] […] tract which may lead to flushing, hypotension, bronchospasm and even sudden death.[]

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  • Malignant Carcinoid Syndrome

    flushing of face, severe and debilitating diarrhea, and asthma attacks (tachykinins).[] […] dilation), can be triggered by emotions, by eating, or by drinking alcohol or hot liquids.[] Major symptoms include hot, red facial flushing, diarrhea and wheezing.[]

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