C0032026 - A mild, self-limited skin disorder that is most commonly seen in children and young adults. It is characterized by an initial large round spot on the chest, abdomen, or back, often referred to as a herald patch, that is usually followed within a week by a distinctive pattern of similar but smaller papules on the torso, arms, and legs. There may also be itching, especially when overheated. 10/10
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CUI    C0032026
BasqueICPC Basque S90 L1521499preferred S1817408 Y GIBERT EN PITIRIASIS ARROSATUA
CzechMedical Subject Headings Czech D017515 L6749130preferred S7884673 Y pityriasis rosea
CzechMedDRA Czech 10035114 L8055702no S10108277 N Pityriasis rosea
CzechMedDRA Czech 10035114 L8055702no S10108277 Y Pityriasis rosea
DanishICPC Danish S90 L1287601preferred S1529547 Y Pityriasis rosea
DutchICPC Dutch S90 L1287602preferred S1529548 N Pityriasis rosea
DutchICPC2E Dutch S90 L1287602preferred S1529548 N Pityriasis rosea
Dutch(ICD10DUT) ICD10, Dutch Translation L42 L1287602preferred S1529548 N Pityriasis rosea
DutchMedical Subject Headings Dutch D017515 L1287602preferred S1529548 Y Pityriasis rosea
DutchICPC2-ICD10ENG Thesaurus Dutch MTHU016776 L3651167no S4334402 Y circinata; pityriasis
DutchICPC2-ICD10ENG Thesaurus Dutch MTHU059724 L3688261no S4371496 Y pityriasis; circinata
DutchICPC2-ICD10ENG Thesaurus Dutch MTHU059732 L3688268no S4371503 Y pityriasis; rosea
DutchICPC2-ICD10ENG Thesaurus Dutch MTHU065081 L3692815no S4376050 Y rosea; pityriasis
DutchMedDRA Dutch 10035114 L4997846no S5685351 N pityriasis rosea
DutchMedDRA Dutch 10035114 L4997846no S5685351 Y pityriasis rosea
EnglishMedical Subject Headings D017515 L0032026preferred S0001965 N Pityriasis Rosea
English(NDFRT) National Drug File - Reference Terminology N0000003595 L0032026preferred S0001965 N Pityriasis Rosea
EnglishNCI Thesaurus C26855 L0032026preferred S0001965 N Pityriasis Rosea
English(MTH) Metathesaurus Names NOCODE L0032026preferred S0001965 Y Pityriasis Rosea
EnglishCHV 0000009770 L0032026preferred S11934826 Y rosea pityriasis
EnglishICPC2ICD10ENG MTHU065081 L0032026preferred S4119436 Y rosea; pityriasis
English(CCPSS) Clinical Problem Statements 0043461 L0032026preferred S0393681 N PITYRIASIS ROSEA
English(CST) COSTART RASH MAC PAP L0032026preferred S0393681 N PITYRIASIS ROSEA
English(DXP) DXplain U001508 L0032026preferred S0393681 N PITYRIASIS ROSEA
EnglishWHO 1673 L0032026preferred S0393681 Y PITYRIASIS ROSEA
EnglishICD10 L42 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishICD10AM L42 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishICPC S90 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishICPC2P S90001 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishMedDRA 10035114 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
English(RCD) Read Codes M163. L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishSNOMED M-48880 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishSNOMED Intl D0-22161 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishICD10CM L42 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishLibrary of Congress Subject Headings_NW sh85102536 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishMedDRA 10035114 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishICPC2EENG S90 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishICD9CM 696.3 L0032026preferred S0396310 N Pityriasis rosea
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 77252004 L0032026preferred S0396310 Y Pityriasis rosea
EnglishICPC2ICD10ENG MTHU059732 L0032026preferred S4112434 Y pityriasis; rosea
EnglishCHV 0000009770 L0032026preferred S6658771 N pityriasis rosea
EnglishICPC2P S90001 L0032026preferred S6658771 N pityriasis rosea
EnglishMEDCIN 33141 L0032026preferred S6658771 Y pityriasis rosea
EnglishCHV 0000009770 L0032026preferred S11926720 Y pityriasis roseas
EnglishSNOMED Intl D0-22161 L0382179no S0504539 N Pityriasis circinata et maculata
EnglishMTHICD9 696.3 L0382179no S0504539 N Pityriasis circinata et maculata
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 77252004 L0382179no S0504539 Y Pityriasis circinata et maculata
English(RCD) Read Codes M163. L0602790no S0708741 N PR - Pityriasis rosea
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 77252004 L0602790no S0708741 Y PR - Pityriasis rosea
EnglishICPC2ICD10ENG MTHU059724 L1707883no S4112426 Y pityriasis; circinata
EnglishMTHICD9 696.3 L1707883no S1927200 Y Pityriasis circinata
EnglishICPC2ICD10ENG MTHU016776 L1707883no S4064463 Y circinata; pityriasis
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 77252004 L3025772no S3479717 Y Pityriasis rosea (disorder)
EnglishICPC2ICD10ENG MTHU031958 L3539435no S4057597 Y Gibert
EnglishMEDCIN 33141 L7323213no S8502707 Y pityriasis rosea (diagnosis)
English(NDFRT) National Drug File - Reference Terminology N0000003595 L7678768no S8856578 Y Pityriasis Rosea [Disease/Finding]
FinnishMedical Subject Headings Finnish D017515 L5687331preferred S6520368 Y Punatäplähilseily
FinnishICPC Finnish S90 L1285133no S1527079 Y PUNATAPLAHILSEILY/PITYRIASIS ROSEA
FrenchMedical Subject Headings French D017515 L3267749preferred S3796203 Y Pityriasis rosé
FrenchWHOART French 1673 L0208779no S0279365 Y PITYRIASIS ROSE
FrenchICPC French S90 L1287604no S1529550 Y Pityriasis rose
FrenchMedDRA French 10035114 L5024655no S5712160 N Pityriasis rosé de Gibert
FrenchMedDRA French 10035114 L5024655no S5712160 N Pityriasis rosé de Gibert
FrenchMedical Subject Headings French D017515 L5024655no S5712160 Y Pityriasis rosé de Gibert
German(DMDICD10) ICD-10 German L42 L1287603preferred S1529549 N Pityriasis rosea
GermanICPC German S90 L1287603preferred S1529549 N Pityriasis rosea
GermanMedDRA German 10035114 L1287603preferred S1529549 N Pityriasis rosea
GermanMedDRA German 10035114 L1287603preferred S1529549 N Pityriasis rosea
GermanMedical Subject Headings German D017515 L1287603preferred S1529549 Y Pityriasis rosea
HungarianMedDRA Hungarian 10035114 L10030650preferred S12555696 N Pityriasis rosea
HungarianMedDRA Hungarian 10035114 L10030650preferred S12555696 Y Pityriasis rosea
HungarianICPC Hungarian S90 L1314150no S1556096 Y pityriasis rosea
ItalianMedDRA Italian 10035114 L1287591preferred S1529537 N Pitiriasi rosea
ItalianICPC Italian S90 L1287591preferred S1529537 N Pitiriasi rosea
ItalianMedDRA Italian 10035114 L1287591preferred S1529537 N Pitiriasi rosea
ItalianMedical Subject Headings Italian D017515 L1287591preferred S1529537 Y Pitiriasi rosea
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D017515 L5458546preferred S6243602 Y 粃糠疹-バラ色
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D017515 L3438860no S3966354 Y Gibertバラ色ひ糠疹
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D017515 L3449967no S3977461 Y ジベルバラ色疱疹状皮膚炎
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D017515 L3449968no S3977462 Y ジベルバラ色粃糠疹
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D017515 L3449969no S3977463 Y ジベル薔薇色疱疹状皮膚炎
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D017515 L3449970no S3977464 Y ジベル薔薇色粃糠疹
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D017515 L3454063no S3981557 Y バラ色ひ糠疹
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D017515 L3454064no S3981558 Y バラ色粃糠疹
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D017515 L3485559no S4013053 Y 薔薇色粃糠疹
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D017515 L5458547no S6243603 Y 粃糠疹-薔薇色
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10035114 L6282587no S7222627 N バライロヒコウシン
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10035114 L6282587no S7222627 Y バライロヒコウシン
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10035114 L6284005no S7142419 N ばら色粃糠疹
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10035114 L6284005no S7142419 Y ばら色粃糠疹
KoreanKCD5 L42 L8510531preferred S10601723 Y 장미색 잔비늘증(비강진)
NorwegianMSHNOR D017515 L10411852preferred S12990189 Y Pityriasis rosea
NorwegianMSHNOR D017515 L10420231no S12981885 Y Fransk rosen
NorwegianICPC Norwegian S90 L1284198no S1526144 Y PITYRIASIS ROSEA
PolishMedical Subject Headings Polish D017515 L9707469preferred S12175630 Y Łupież różowy
PortugueseMedical Subject Headings Portuguese D017515 L11011105preferred S13703012 Y Pitiríase Rósea
PortugueseWHOART Portuguese 1673 L1283971no S1525917 Y PETIRIASE ROSADA
PortugueseICPC Portuguese S90 L1287589no S1529535 Y Pitiriase rosada
PortugueseMedDRA Portuguese 10035114 L4906569no S5594074 N Pitiríase rosada
PortugueseMedDRA Portuguese 10035114 L4906569no S5594074 Y Pitiríase rosada
RussianMedical Subject Headings Russian D017515 L3363486preferred S3890969 Y ПИТИРИАЗ РОЗОВЫЙ
RussianMedical Subject Headings Russian D017515 L0901888no S1105705 Y PITIRIAZ ROZOVYI
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 77252004 L4571864preferred S5255359 Y pitiriasis rosada
SpanishICPC Spanish S90 L1287593no S1529539 Y Pitiriasis rosada
SpanishMedical Subject Headings Spanish D017515 L3406661no S3934482 Y Pitiriasis Rosada
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 77252004 L4571828no S5255298 Y pitiriasis de Gibert
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 77252004 L4571857no S5255327 Y pitiriasis maculosa y circinada
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 77252004 L4571877no S5255346 Y pitiriasis rosada de Gibert (trastorno)
SpanishMedDRA Spanish 10035114 L4944906no S5632411 N Pitiríasis rosada
SpanishMedDRA Spanish 10035114 L4944906no S5632411 Y Pitiríasis rosada
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 77252004 L5906306no S6764561 Y pitiriasis rosada de Gibert
SwedishMedical Subject Headings Swedish D017515 L3432130preferred S3959971 Y Pityriasis rosea
SwedishICPC Swedish S90 L1284199no S1526145 Y PITYRIASIS ROSEA
Medical Subject Headings A mild exanthematous inflammation of unknown etiology. It is characterized by the presence of salmon-colored maculopapular lesions. The most striking feature is the arrangement of the lesions such that the long axis is parallel to the lines of cleavage. The eruptions are usually generalized, affecting chiefly the trunk, and the course is often self-limiting.
NCI Thesaurus A mild, self-limited skin disorder that is most commonly seen in children and young adults. It is characterized by an initial large round spot on the chest, abdomen, or back, often referred to as a herald patch, that is usually followed within a week by a distinctive pattern of similar but smaller papules on the torso, arms, and legs. There may also be itching, especially when overheated.
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