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Heparin/iopamidol

Heparin/iopamidol Reactions 1704, p185 - 2 Jun 2018 Acneiform eruption secondary to iododerma and haemorrhage within the lesions: case report A 47-year-old woman developed acneiform eruption secondary to iododerma and haemorrhage within the lesions following administration of iopamidol. The haemorrhage within the lesions was considered to be likely exacerbated by heparin. The woman, who had a history of transposition of the great arteries, was treated with Mustard procedure. She also had a history of multiple cerebrovascular accidents, chronic kidney disease and diabetes mellitus. She developed new cutaneous eruption during a hospitalisation for acute right leg weakness. On admission, she was started on heparin [dosage and route not stated] and underwent an abdominal aortogram in for evaluation of recurrent cerebrovascular or thrombolic event. Two days later, she developed a haemorrhagic vesicopustules on the circumferential neck, face, dorsal hands and chest. Her ocular and oral mucosae were spared. Biopsy of a neck lesion showed a central ulcer with areas of dermal necrosis, underlying histiocytes and neutrophils. The adjacent epidermis was acanthotic. Nine days after the abdominal aortogram at the outside institution, her urine studies showed an elevated iodine level at 91 975 µg/L. It was noted that at the time of aortogram, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reactions Weekly Springer Journals

Heparin/iopamidol

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Heparin/iopamidol

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Reactions 1704, p185 - 2 Jun 2018 Acneiform eruption secondary to iododerma and haemorrhage within the lesions: case report A 47-year-old woman developed acneiform eruption secondary to iododerma and haemorrhage within the lesions following administration of iopamidol. The haemorrhage within the lesions was considered to be likely exacerbated by heparin. The woman, who had a history of transposition of the great arteries, was treated with Mustard procedure. She also had a history of multiple...
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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2018 by Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance; Pharmacology/Toxicology
ISSN
0114-9954
eISSN
1179-2051
DOI
10.1007/s40278-018-46828-6
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Abstract

Reactions 1704, p185 - 2 Jun 2018 Acneiform eruption secondary to iododerma and haemorrhage within the lesions: case report A 47-year-old woman developed acneiform eruption secondary to iododerma and haemorrhage within the lesions following administration of iopamidol. The haemorrhage within the lesions was considered to be likely exacerbated by heparin. The woman, who had a history of transposition of the great arteries, was treated with Mustard procedure. She also had a history of multiple cerebrovascular accidents, chronic kidney disease and diabetes mellitus. She developed new cutaneous eruption during a hospitalisation for acute right leg weakness. On admission, she was started on heparin [dosage and route not stated] and underwent an abdominal aortogram in for evaluation of recurrent cerebrovascular or thrombolic event. Two days later, she developed a haemorrhagic vesicopustules on the circumferential neck, face, dorsal hands and chest. Her ocular and oral mucosae were spared. Biopsy of a neck lesion showed a central ulcer with areas of dermal necrosis, underlying histiocytes and neutrophils. The adjacent epidermis was acanthotic. Nine days after the abdominal aortogram at the outside institution, her urine studies showed an elevated iodine level at 91 975 µg/L. It was noted that at the time of aortogram,

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Published: Jun 2, 2018

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