Differential Diagnosis
DDx Strength: Moderate
scopolamine, Multiple skin lesions Add or remove findings

Allergic contact dermatitis

2/2
Allergic contact dermatitisAllergic contact dermatitis

Exanthematous drug eruption

2/2
Exanthematous drug eruptionExanthematous drug eruption

Urticaria

2/2
UrticariaUrticaria

Anaphylaxis

2/2
Anaphylaxis

Irritant contact dermatitis

2/2
Irritant contact dermatitisIrritant contact dermatitis

Angioedema

2/2
AngioedemaAngioedema

Fixed drug eruption

2/2
Fixed drug eruptionFixed drug eruption

Erythema multiforme

2/2
Erythema multiformeErythema multiforme

Pruritus without rash

2/2
Pruritus without rashPruritus without rash

Drug-induced nausea or vomiting

1/2
Drug-induced nausea or vomiting

Drug-induced ataxia

1/2
Drug-induced ataxia

Keratoconjunctivitis sicca syndrome

1/2
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca syndrome

Ocular drug reaction

1/2
Ocular drug reaction

Drug-induced somnolence

1/2
Drug-induced somnolence

Anticholinergic syndrome

1/2
Anticholinergic syndrome

Delirium

1/2
Delirium

Drug-induced headache

1/2
Drug-induced headache

Drug-induced constipation

1/2
Drug-induced constipation

Drug-induced hypotension

1/2
Drug-induced hypotension

Esotropia

1/2
Esotropia

Drug-induced psychosis

1/2
Drug-induced psychosis

Acute angle-closure glaucoma

1/2
Acute angle-closure glaucomaAcute angle-closure glaucoma

Drug-induced flushing reaction

1/2
Drug-induced flushing reaction

Drug-induced weakness

1/2
Drug-induced weakness

Neuroleptic malignant syndrome

1/2
Neuroleptic malignant syndrome

Drug-induced amnesia

1/2
Drug-induced amnesia