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101. Pityriasis (Diagnosis)

Pityriasis (Diagnosis) Pityriasis Rosea: Background, Pathophysiology, Etiology Edition: No Results No Results Please confirm that you would like to log out of Medscape. If you log out, you will be required to enter your username and password the next time you visit. https://profreg.medscape.com/px/getpracticeprofile.do?method=getProfessionalProfile&urlCache=aHR0cHM6Ly9lbWVkaWNpbmUubWVkc2NhcGUuY29tL2FydGljbGUvMTEwNzUzMi1vdmVydmlldw== processing > Pityriasis Rosea Updated: Mar 13, 2018 Author (...) : Robert A Schwartz, MD, MPH; Chief Editor: Dirk M Elston, MD Share Email Print Feedback Close Sections Sections Pityriasis Rosea Overview Background Pityriasis rosea (PR) is a benign rash first described by Gibert in 1860; the name means “fine pink scale.” It is a common skin disorder observed in otherwise healthy people, most frequently children and young adults. Other types of similar skin eruptions include , psoriasis, and . Pityriasis rosea manifests as an acute, self-limiting, papulosquamous

2014 eMedicine.com

102. Pityriasis Amiantacea-Like Eruptions in Scalp: A Novel Manifestation of Pityriasis Rosea in a Child (PubMed)

Pityriasis Amiantacea-Like Eruptions in Scalp: A Novel Manifestation of Pityriasis Rosea in a Child Unusual clinical features are known in pityriasis rosea (PR). We report a case of a child who presented with onset of PR in scalp, clinically mimicking pityriasis amiantacea. Careful clinical observations and follow-up led us to appropriate diagnosis.

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2010 International journal of trichology

103. Childhood Pityriasis rosea inversa without Herald Patch Mimicking Cutaneous Mastocytosis (PubMed)

Childhood Pityriasis rosea inversa without Herald Patch Mimicking Cutaneous Mastocytosis Pityriasis rosea is a self-limited inflammatory condition of the skin that mostly affects young adults. Several less common atypical presentations have been reported.A 6-year old girl with red-brown maculopapular eruption sized 0, 5-1 cm in diameter localized on neck, trunk and popliteal region visited our general pediatric outpatient clinic. The eruption was wide spread especially on flexural areas. After (...) consulting dermatologist skin biopsy was performed. According to clinical and histopathological findings as inverse (flexural) pityriasis rosea was diagnosed. For treatment, systemic antihistamine, topical corticosteroid cream and emollient were applied. The lesions healed in two months. Spontaneous healing of the eruption also confirmed the diagnosis of pityriasis rosea.We present this interesting pediatric case to show and discuss pityriasis rosea, atypical presentations, differential diagnosis

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2010 Iranian journal of pediatrics

104. Acral pityriasis rosea in an infant with palmoplantar lesions: A novel manifestation (PubMed)

Acral pityriasis rosea in an infant with palmoplantar lesions: A novel manifestation Indian children often present with atypical forms of pityriasis rosea (PR). We describe a female infant with acrally located eruptions consistent with a clinical diagnosis of PR. This is an extremely rare presentation of the disease.

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2010 Indian dermatology online journal

105. Unilateral pityriasis rosea in a child (PubMed)

Unilateral pityriasis rosea in a child Various atypical variants of pityriasis rosea were published in the literature. There are very few reports abour pityriasis rosea being unilateral.We present a female child who presented with acute onset of scaly eruptions clinically consistent with a diagnosis of pityriasis rosea, affecting only one side of the body involving waist, thigh, forearm and leg on right side.It is extremely unusual for pityriasis rosea to present the eruptions only on one side

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2010 Journal of dermatological case reports

106. The comparison between the efficacy of high dose acyclovir and erythromycin on the period and signs of pitiriasis rosea. (PubMed)

The comparison between the efficacy of high dose acyclovir and erythromycin on the period and signs of pitiriasis rosea. Pityriasis Rosea (PR) is an acute inflammatory and self-limiting skin disorder, sometimes with troublesome symptoms. To date, there are few treatments available for this disorder.Compare the traditional treatment with erythromycin to a newly introduced antiviral treatment acyclovir for PR.Patients with clinically confirmed diagnosis of PR, matching our exclusion criteria

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2011 Indian journal of dermatology

107. Clinical Trial of 0.0003% Calcitriol, 0.1% Tacrolimus, and Petrolatum for the Treatment of Pityriasis Alba

Clinical Trial of 0.0003% Calcitriol, 0.1% Tacrolimus, and Petrolatum for the Treatment of Pityriasis Alba Clinical Trial of 0.0003% Calcitriol, 0.1% Tacrolimus, and Petrolatum for the Treatment of Pityriasis Alba - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100 (...) ). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Clinical Trial of 0.0003% Calcitriol, 0.1% Tacrolimus, and Petrolatum for the Treatment of Pityriasis Alba The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT01388517 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : July 6, 2011 Last Update Posted

2011 Clinical Trials

108. Low-dose Ultraviolet A1 Phototherapy for Treating Pityriasis Rosea (PubMed)

Low-dose Ultraviolet A1 Phototherapy for Treating Pityriasis Rosea UVA1 phototherapy has recently demonstrated high levels of efficacy and tolerability for treating a variety of inflammatory and neoplastic skin diseases.The purpose of the present study was to assess the clinical efficacy of UVA1 (340~400 nm) phototherapy for treating pityriasis rosea and to assess the course of the disease after treatment.Fifteen patients with extensive pityriasis rosea were treated with low-dose UVA1 (...) phototherapy (starting at 10~20 J/cm(2) and then it was increased to 30 J/cm(2)). The treatments were given 2~3 times a week until complete clearance of lesions was achieved or until there was partial improvement without further amelioration, in spite of 5 additional treatments. The rate of clearing was monitored by estimating the pityriasis rosea severity (PRSS) score and the pruritus score.The extent of disease (PRSS) in all 15 patients lessened during the study (30.1+/-3.6 vs. 2.0+/-1.6, respectively, p

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2009 Annals of dermatology

109. Multiple recurrences of pityriasis rosea of Vidal: a novel presentation. (PubMed)

Multiple recurrences of pityriasis rosea of Vidal: a novel presentation. We report a young girl with large annular scaly lesions of pityriasis rosea in the axillae and groins, which recurred three times after the initial episode. The initial attack and the first recurrence were preceded by upper respiratory-tract infection. The recurrences had a less severe presentation than usual and also lacked the herald patch. This unusual phenomenon of serial recurrences in a rare variant of pityriasis (...) rosea is reported here for its unique presentation.

2009 Clinical & Experimental Dermatology

110. Detection of human herpesvirus 8 in the skin of patients with pityriasis rosea. (PubMed)

Detection of human herpesvirus 8 in the skin of patients with pityriasis rosea. Pityriasis rosea is an acute self-limiting dermatosis with clinical and epidemiological features that suggest viral involvement. The aim of this study was to investigate a possible association between pityriasis rosea and human herpesvirus 8 (HHV-8). Lesional skin tissue was obtained from 34 Kaposi's sarcoma-negative, immunocompetent patients with typical acute phase pityriasis rosea. Nested polymerase chain (...) reaction with specific primer for HHV-8 DNA sequences was performed and all positive results were confirmed by sequencing. Seven out of 34 lesional skin specimens (20.5%) were found to be positive for the HHV-8 genome. All the positive samples were confirmed by DNA sequencing. We conclude that, in some cases, HHV-8 is implicated the pathogenesis of pityriasis rosea.

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2009 Acta Dermato-Venereologica

111. Characterization of the inflammatory cell infiltrate in herald patches and fully developed eruptions of pityriasis rosea. (PubMed)

Characterization of the inflammatory cell infiltrate in herald patches and fully developed eruptions of pityriasis rosea. Pityriasis rosea (PR) is a common cutaneous papulosquamous disorder affecting young adults. Previous studies have suggested possibilities of a viral aetiology and the involvement of cell-mediated immunity, but these remain unproven to date.To elucidate the possible pathomechanisms in PR by characterizing the inflammatory cellular infiltrate in herald patches and fully

2009 Clinical & Experimental Dermatology

112. Pityriasis rosea: an update with a critical appraisal of its possible herpesviral etiology. (PubMed)

Pityriasis rosea: an update with a critical appraisal of its possible herpesviral etiology. Pityriasis rosea is an acute, self-healing exanthem characterized by oval erythematous-squamous lesions of the trunk and limbs, that usually spares face, scalp, palms, and soles. Constitutional symptoms, which have the character of true prodromes; clinical features, which resemble those of the known exanthems; and many epidemiologic data all suggest an infectious origin. A host of infectious agents have (...) been incriminated, but, recently, human herpesvirus 6 and 7 have been extensively studied. The goal of this review is to outline the epidemiologic, clinical, histologic, and ultrastructural features of pityriasis rosea, but mainly to stress its possible human herpesvirus nature. In addition, clues have been added to help the reader to go through the complex subtleties of the virologic investigation.

2009 Journal of American Academy of Dermatology

113. Assessment of rash in children

, disseminated intravascular coagulation). Differentials Roseola infantum (sixth disease) Erythema infectiosum (fifth disease) Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection Atopic dermatitis Seborrhoeic dermatitis Irritant contact dermatitis Pityriasis rosea Impetigo Tinea corporis Scabies Insect bites or stings Child abuse Cutaneous candidiasis Cutaneous herpes simplex Molluscum contagiosum Varicella-zoster Rubeola (measles) Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection Hepatitis B Hepatitis C HIV seroconversion Rubella (German

2018 BMJ Best Practice

114. Assessment of rash in children

, disseminated intravascular coagulation). Differentials Roseola infantum (sixth disease) Erythema infectiosum (fifth disease) Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection Atopic dermatitis Seborrhoeic dermatitis Irritant contact dermatitis Pityriasis rosea Impetigo Tinea corporis Scabies Insect bites or stings Child abuse Cutaneous candidiasis Cutaneous herpes simplex Molluscum contagiosum Varicella-zoster Rubeola (measles) Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection Hepatitis B Hepatitis C HIV seroconversion Rubella (German

2018 BMJ Best Practice

115. Acyclovir

with oral erythromycin in the treatment of Pityriasis rosea. 22971864 2012 09 13 2013 02 13 2013 11 21 1812-2078 10 37 2012 Jan-Mar Kathmandu University medical journal (KUMJ) Kathmandu Univ Med J (KUMJ) Comparative study of effectiveness of oral acyclovir with oral erythromycin in the treatment of Pityriasis rosea. 57-61 Pityriasis rosea is an acute, self-limiting disease, probably infective in origin, affecting mainly children and young (...) adults, characterized by distinctive skin eruptions (...) and minimal constitutional symptoms. Both oral Erythromycin and oral Acyclovir have been used in its management. To compare the effectiveness of oral Erythromycin and oral Acyclovir in the treatment of Pityriasis rosea. Forty two patients with clinical diagnosis of Pityriasis rosea were enrolled. They were randomized into two groups. One group was given high-dose oral Acyclovir and another group oral Erythromycin in standard dose. The participants 2012 15. Effectiveness of acyclovir in the treatment

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116. Syphilis in pregnancy

four to eight weeks after appearance of the primary lesion (can occur while primary lesion still present) · Diffuse inflammatory response characterised by generalised mucocutaneous lesions affecting skin, mucous membranes and lymphnodes 4 · Rash may be generalised but characteristically affects palms and soles 26 o Can vary widely and mimic other infectious and non-infectious conditions (e.g. drug eruptions, pityriasis rosea) o Often symmetrical and non-itchy o May be maculo-papular (50–70

2019 Queensland Health

117. CRACKCast E120 – Dermatologic presentations

on the specific contact and may be localized, asymmetric linear, or unilateral. Use treatment regimens for contact dermatitis, a course of systemic corticosteroids may be indicated to treat severe Toxicodendron-associated dermatitis. Patients should be counseled to wash all clothes or items that might have contacted the plant because the irritant plant oil can persist.” – Rosen’s 9 th edition [8] Describe the distribution of Pityriasis rosea Pityriasis rosea is a mild skin eruption predominantly found (...) in children and young adults. The etiology is unknown. Clinical presentation includes multiple pink or pigmented oval papules or plaques 1 to 2 cm in diameter on the trunk and proximal extremities. A history may reveal an initial larger patch (“herald patch”) that precedes the widespread eruption. The lesions are parallel to the ribs, forming a Christmas tree–like distribution on the trunk and extremities. “In children, papular or vesicular variants of the disease may occur. Pityriasis rosea is self

2017 CandiEM

118. Acute exanthemas: a prospective study of 98 adult patients with emphasis of cytokinic and metagenomic investigation. (PubMed)

testing for HIV, hepatitis B and C virus, EBV, parvovirus B19, PCR analysis of EBV, cytomegalovirus, and HHV6) and skin biopsies were performed. Available blood and skin samples were analyzed for a panel of 16 cytokines, then by shotgun metagenomics analysis. We defined 5 groups [maculopapular exanthemas (MPE): 1=viral, 2=drug-induced, 3=viral and drug-induced, 4=idiopathic; and 5=pityriasis rosea aspect] RESULTS: 98 patients were included (group 1=18, group 2=33, group 3=5, group 4=32 and group 5=10

2019 British Journal of Dermatology

119. Histopathological Features Distinguishing Secondary Syphilis from its Mimickers. (PubMed)

Histopathological Features Distinguishing Secondary Syphilis from its Mimickers. Syphilis is often misdiagnosed clinically, and biopsies may be required.To determine histopathological features that distinguish secondary syphilis from pityriasis lichenoides (PL), pityriasis rosea (PR), and early mycosis fungoides (MF).Histopathological features of 100 cases of syphilis, 110 cases of PL, 72 cases of PR, and 101 cases of MF were compared.Elongated rete ridges and interstitial inflammation favor

2019 Journal of American Academy of Dermatology

120. Chronicles of a Second Year Medical Student

, flank pain, palpable mass Weight loss, hematuria, flank pain Hematuria, fever, rash secondary to shark fin soup allergy Weight loss, flank pain, palpable mass Fever, weight loss, rash secondary to shark fin soup allergy Hematuria, weight loss, palpable mass Fever, hematuria, palpable mass Pruritis, edema, confusion Varicocele, pityriasis rosea, pyoderma gangrenosum There is really no classic triad for renal cell carcinoma Wow. Three things. First, there is nothing actually relevant in that question

2015 Clinical Correlations

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