Differential Diagnosis
DDx Strength: Weak
glatiramer acetate, Multiple skin lesions Add or remove findings

Allergic contact dermatitis

Allergic contact dermatitisAllergic contact dermatitis

Anaphylaxis

Anaphylaxis

Urticaria

UrticariaUrticaria

Angioedema

AngioedemaAngioedema

Drug-induced hepatotoxicity

Drug-induced hepatotoxicity

Drug-induced non-palpable purpura

Drug-induced non-palpable purpuraDrug-induced non-palpable purpura

Drug-induced pigmentation

Drug-induced pigmentationDrug-induced pigmentation

Pruritus without rash

Pruritus without rashPruritus without rash

Urticarial vasculitis

Urticarial vasculitisUrticarial vasculitis

Vasculitis

VasculitisVasculitis

Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma

Cutaneous T-cell lymphomaCutaneous T-cell lymphoma

Drug-induced skin ulcers

Drug-induced skin ulcersDrug-induced skin ulcers

Lipoatrophy

LipoatrophyLipoatrophy

Pseudolymphoma

PseudolymphomaPseudolymphoma

Serum sickness

Serum sicknessSerum sickness

Drug-induced nausea or vomiting

Drug-induced nausea or vomiting

Drug-induced syncope

Drug-induced syncope

Migraine headache

Migraine headache

Drug-induced alopecia

Drug-induced alopeciaDrug-induced alopecia

Drug-induced anxiety

Drug-induced anxiety

Drug-induced diaphoresis

Drug-induced diaphoresis

Drug-induced dyspnea

Drug-induced dyspnea

Drug-induced headache

Drug-induced headache

Drug-induced hypertension

Drug-induced hypertension

Drug-induced palpitations

Drug-induced palpitations

Drug-induced chest pain

Drug-induced chest pain

Drug-induced dysphagia

Drug-induced dysphagia

Drug-induced fever

Drug-induced fever

Drug-induced flushing reaction

Drug-induced flushing reaction