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Vol. 26 - Num. 102

Clinical Reviews

Mucositis and rash, what's new? Reactive infectious mucocutaneous eruption

Paula Guzmán Tenaa, Armando Carlos Maruenda Jiméneza, Victoria Cañadas Olmoa

aPediatra. Hospital Comarcal de Vinaròs. Castellón. España.

Correspondence: P Guzmán. E-mail: paulaguzmanten@gmail.com

Reference of this article: Guzmán Tena P, Maruenda Jiménez AC, Cañadas Olmo V. Mucositis and rash, what's new? Reactive infectious mucocutaneous eruption . Rev Pediatr Aten Primaria. 2024;26:181-4. https://doi.org/10.60147/a8578be2

Published in Internet: 12-06-2024 - Visits: 1116

Abstract

Reactive infectious mucocutaneous eruption (RIME) is a recently emerged term that describes cases of post-infectious mucositis associated with different etiological agents (viral and bacterial). It is part of the spectrum of Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SSJ) / toxic epidermal necrolysis (NET), although it presents with milder symptoms, with predominantly mucosal involvement. Treatment consists of supportive measures, and may include targeted antibiotic therapy and systemic corticosteroid therapy in cases with extensive involvement.

Keywords

Conjunctivitis Exanthema Mucositis Stomatitis

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