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(Rash morbilliform)
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  • StatPearls [BOOK]
  • BOOKStatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)
  • Frantz Garrett F. GF Baylor Scott and White McAninch Scott A. SA Baylor Scott & White Health Care
  • Mucocutaneous eruptions are rashes that have both mucous membrane and cutaneous distribution. Differences between the history and physical exam patterns of these rashes and associated inciting etiolo...
  • Retrospective Chart Review of Cutaneous Adverse Events Associated with Tremelimumab in 17 Patients. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Clin Dermatol 2018 Aug 02
  • Welborn M, Kubicki SL, … Patel AB
  • CONCLUSIONS: This case series demonstrates that cutaneous adverse events seen in patients taking tremelimumab overlap with those of ipilimumab. While there are some differences between rash characterizations of the two drugs, such as time to onset and clearance, the sample size of this case series is too small to draw any definite conclusions. This study addresses a gap in the descriptive knowledge on tremelimumab cutaneous adverse events and highlights the need for further large cohort prospective studies. Awareness of expected cutaneous toxicities and how best to treat these can help patients continue on immunotherapy regimens without delays or interruptions and give patients the best quality of life while receiving treatment.
  • [Drug eruption]. [Journal Article]
  • ULUgeskr Laeger 2018 Apr 16; 180(16)
  • Tareen A, Bygum A
  • Drug eruption is defined as an adverse cutaneous eruption secondary to drug intake. The most frequent variation is a morbilliform exanthema, although the clinical presentations may vary widely. The d...
  • [Lichenoid drug reactions]. [Review]
  • HHautarzt 2018; 69(2):116-120
  • Merk HF, Vanstreels L, Megahed M
  • Lichenoid drug reactions are rare compared to typical morbilliform drug exanthema or urticaria. They are associated with specific drugs or drug families like gold, antimalarial drugs, β‑blockers and ...
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