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rash in paed case associated with non infection causes

sign and symptomdz
Potential sequela of group A streptococcal pharyngitis Erythema marginatum – transient macular lesions with central clearing location=extensor surfaces of proximal extremities and trunk Subcutaneous nodules over bony prominences Acute rheumatic fever
Usually in kids <4 years old Fever >5 days Bilateral conjunctival injection, fissured lips “strawberry tongue Erythema of palms or soles Edema of hands or feet Generalized or periungual desquamation Cervical lymphadenopath Acute rheumatic fever Kawasaki Vasculitis
Serositis (pleuritis or pericarditis) Oral (Ulcers) Arthritis (Non-erosive, any joint, polyarticular) Photosensitive rash Blood dyscrasia Renal Nephritis ANA Immunoreactive Neurological (Sz, Chorea, Psychosis) Malar rash Discoid rash Systemic Lupus Erythromatosis SOAPBRAINMD:
location: shins, buttocks, calves, ankles, thighs, and arms flat, firm, hot, red, painful lumps(1 inch)->(few days) purplish-->(several weeks)brownish, flat patch. Fever,malaise,Joint aches,Skin redness, inflammation, or irritation, leg Swelling Inflammatory Bowel Disease Erythema Nodosum
the initial lesion as a bite reaction, with a small, red papule or pustule changing into a larger, ulcerative lesion. Inflammatory Bowel Disease Pyderma Gangrenosum
lesion Start quickly and may return nodule, papule, or macule "bulls-eye" location=upper body,legs,arms,palms,hands,or feet symmetricaL Bloodshot eyes Dry eyes Eye burning, itching, and discharge Eye pain Mouth sores Vision problems Erythema multiforme (drug reaction and infection)
itchy rash of small, raised red spots stinging or prickling sensation on the skin. location: anywhere on the body look like tiny blisters. Prickly heat (heat rash),miliaria
LOCATION: areas with folds of skin cracked, sore and bleeding skin. have periods when symptoms are less noticeable, as well as flare-ups when symptoms become more severe, needing additional treatment. Atopic eczema (atopic dermatitiS)
very common and harmless condition where the skin becomes rough and bumpy, as if covered in permanent goose pimples. Keratosis pilaris
common raised, red scaly patches across the body. resolve within 2-12 weeks single red, oval patch of scaly skin called a “herald patch” appears before the rash(typically appears few days- two weeks before the wider rash) sometimes itchy. Pityriasis rosea
raised, itchy rash The affected area of skin will typically change within 24 hours, and usually the rash will settle within a few days. resolve <6 weeks-->acute, >6wks-chronic Urticaria ( hives, welts or nettle rash)
red, flaky, crusty patches of skin covered with silvery scales after streptococcal throat infection small (< 1cm or 1/3 inch) drop-shaped sores on chest, arms, legs and scalp. Guttate Psoriasis
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