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Pityriasis Rosea and Shingles

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1.74% of the posts that mention Pityriasis Rosea also mention Shingles (40 posts)

Pityriasis Rosea

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Pityriasis rosea (also known as "Pityriasis rosea Gibert") is a skin rash. It is non-dangerous but may inflict substantial discomfort on some sufferers. Classically, it begins with a single "herald patch" skin lesion, followed in 1 or 2 weeks by a generalized body rash lasting about 6 weeks... Read more on Wikipedia
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Shingles

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(Herpes zoster)
Herpes zoster (or simply zoster), commonly known as shingles and also known as zona, is a viral disease characterized by a painful skin rash with blisters in a limited area on one side of the body, often in a stripe. The initial infection with varicella zoster virus (VZV) cau... Read more on Wikipedia

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rosea\"; and another had shingles that looked like...
...keep from getting open wounds/sores with it....how? ...and then Ixempra/Xeloda... she said this I/X worked for good ...turned out to be \"pityriasis rosea\"; and another had shingles that loo...
is painful rather than itchy. The single spot on the...
Shingles is painful rather than itchy. The single spot on the back and then spreading sounds like Pityriasis Rosea ... also known as Christmas Rash Disease. Look it...
B ) Herpes zoster C ) Keratosis pilaris D...
...legs for 1 week. He is allergic to pollen and dust. ...) Eczema herpeticum B ) Herpes zoster C ) Keratosis pilaris D ) Lichen planus E ) Pityriasis rosea...
B ) Herpes zoster C ) Keratosis pilaris D...
...legs for 1 week. He is allergic to pollen and dust. ...most likely diagnosis? A ) Eczema herpeticum B ) Herpes zoster C ) Keratosis pilaris D ) Lichen planus E ) Pityriasis r...
are. Chicken Pox, Shingles, Glandular Fever and HHV7 which...
...lips) are. Chicken Pox, Shingles, Glandular Fever and HHV7 ...associated with the rash, Pityriasis rosea... are also forms of ...because of the medication I am on for Arthritis and nothing wh...
B) Herpes zoster C) Keratosis pilaris D) Lichen...
...legs for 1 week. He is allergic to pollen and dust. ...is the most likely diagnosis? A) Eczema herpeticum B) Herpes zoster C) Keratosis pilaris D) Lichen planus E) Pityriasis rosea B?...
B ) Herpes zoster C ) Keratosis pilaris D...
...legs for 1 week. He is allergic to pollen and dust. ...) Eczema herpeticum B ) Herpes zoster C ) Keratosis pilaris D ) Lichen planus E ) Pityriasis rosea ans with explanation pl...
herpeticum B ) Herpes zoster C ) Keratosis pilaris D...
...legs for 1 week. He is allergic to pollen and dust. ...) Eczema herpeticum B ) Herpes zoster C ) Keratosis pilaris D ) Lichen planus E ) Pityriasis rosea isint this lichen planus?...
B. Herpes zoster c. Keratosis pilaris d. lichen...
...legs for 1 week. He is allergic to pollen and dust. ...diagnosis? A. Eczema herpeticum B. Herpes zoster c. Keratosis pilaris d. lichen planus e. pityriasis rosea I think the answer...
herpes zoster, \"poison ivy\" dermatitis, pityriasis rosea,...
...to NEXAVIR in patients with skin diseases (acne vulgaris, herpes zoster, \"poison ivy\" dermatitis, pityriasis rosea, seborrheic dermatitis, urticaria and eczema) and severe sunburn have...
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