Mucosal Exfoliation

Drug Side Effect reports associated with Mucosal Exfoliation


Episodes: 1
stem cell transplant.mucosal exfoliation More
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gastrointestinal disorder, mucosal exfoliation More
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migraine What is  migraine.abdominal pain What is  abdominal pain, diarrhoea, electromechanical dissociation, gastrointestinal disorder, gastrointestinal haemorrhage, haematochezia, infarction, mucosal exfoliation, skin exfoliation More
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liver transplant What is  liver transplant.bacterial sepsis, bone marrow failure, cytomegalovirus infection What is  cytomegalovirus infection, diarrhoea, graft versus host disease, mucosal exfoliation, neutropenia, t-lymphocyte count increased More
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acute myeloid leukaemia.dysphagia, mouth haemorrhage, mucosal exfoliation, mucosal inflammation, open wound, oral intake reduced, tongue disorder More
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vaginal dysplasia.bladder disorder, bladder pain, breast mass, cystitis, fungal infection What is  fungal infection, haematuria, incontinence, mucosal exfoliation, nocturia More
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non-small cell lung cancer.disease progression, dysphagia, fatigue, hydropneumothorax, hypoxia, lung neoplasm, mucosal exfoliation, mucosal inflammation, oesophageal stenosis More
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osteopenia.aspiration, body temperature increased, collapse of lung, cough, inflammation, mucosal exfoliation, oedema mucosal, pulmonary mass More
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pancreatic carcinoma.blood pressure systolic increased, body temperature increased, heart rate increased, mucosal exfoliation, nausea What is  nausea, oesophageal haemorrhage, oesophagitis, upper gastrointestinal haemorrhage More
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acute lymphocytic leukaemia.haematemesis, haematoma, mucosal exfoliation, nausea What is  nausea, oesophagitis More
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epilepsy What is  epilepsy, upper respiratory tract infection.conjunctivitis, enanthema, exanthem, gingivitis, mucosal exfoliation, mucous membrane disorder, pruritus, pyrexia More
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dental disorder prophylaxis, hypertension, blood cholesterol increased.application site irritation, mucosal exfoliation More
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liver and small intestine transplant.cholangitis, epstein-barr virus infection, hepatic steatosis, intestinal villi atrophy, lymphoproliferative disorder, mucosal exfoliation, septic shock More
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renal cell carcinoma.dysgeusia, dysphagia, hypertension, mucosal exfoliation, syncope More
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pulmonary arterial hypertension.mucosal exfoliation, oedema mouth More
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dental treatment.ageusia, anosmia, gingival bleeding, gingivitis, inflammation, lethargy, malaise, mucosal exfoliation, nodule More
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metastases to bone.bone disorder, gingival bleeding, inflammation, mucosal exfoliation, osteonecrosis What is  osteonecrosis, pain What is  pain, purulent discharge, secondary sequestrum More
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ill-defined disorder.cow's milk intolerance, haematochezia, milk allergy, mucosal exfoliation More

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