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Tanvi Gupta, Vijay K Garg, Rashmi Sarkar, Anjali Madan
Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP) is a skin eruption, frequently drug induced and characterized by the acute development of multiple sterile minute pustules on an erythematous base. There is no case of fexofenadine-induced AGEP in literature (PubMed search). A 40-year-old female presented to us with fever and sudden onset development of multiple discrete to coalescent 1-2 mm nonfollicular pustules on an erythematous base present mainly on her trunk and upper extremities for past 2 days. She had a history of use of fexofenadine 180 mg OD for rhinitis for 2 days...
March 2016: Indian Journal of Dermatology
Kam-Lun Ellis Hon, Andrew Burd
Many parents purchase topical applications without knowing what they contain, and apply them liberally to their children with dermatological disorders. In one such case, an infant developed fever, diarrhea and a small ulcer near the right labia majora which was treated with a topical cream called '999' containing dexamethasone acetate. The infant subsequently developed extensive necrotizing fasciitis. She required prolonged intravenous antibiotic use and underwent multiple surgical procedures for debridement and reconstruction...
2008: Journal of Dermatological Treatment
F Marinaccio, E Caldarulo, M Nobili, D Magistro, M Marinaccio
The torsion of spleen on its vascular shank represents an uncommon problem, responsible of acute and chronic pain. The mobile spleen is fixed only through hilus vessels the gastrosplenic ligament. The incidence is unknow, greater in the male with an M:F ratio 6.1 in the first ten years of life, even if an episode of intrauterine torsion has been reported. The diagnosis can be performed with ultrasonography, angiography, scintigraphy and CT scan. There are reported two cases: male of 2.5 years female of 14 years who presented with recurrent pain to the left side, vomit diarrhoea and fever...
January 2005: Il Giornale di Chirurgia
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