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DDx Strength: Weak
methylphenidate, Rash or multiple lesions, 50-59 year old Female

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Exanthematous drug eruptionExanthematous drug eruption
Raynaud phenomenonRaynaud phenomenon
UrticariaUrticaria
Drug-induced photosensitive reactionDrug-induced photosensitive reaction
Acne vulgarisAcne vulgaris
AngioedemaAngioedema
Drug-induced hepatotoxicity
Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosisAcute generalized exanthematous pustulosis
Chemical leukodermaChemical leukoderma
Acquired pancytopeniaAcquired pancytopenia
Allergic contact dermatitisAllergic contact dermatitis
VitiligoVitiligo
CapillaritisCapillaritis
ErythrodermaErythroderma
Fixed drug eruptionFixed drug eruption
VasculitisVasculitis
PseudolymphomaPseudolymphoma
Acute coronary syndrome
Coronary artery disease
Drug-induced abdominal pain
Drug-induced cough
Drug-induced diarrhea
Drug-induced dyspepsia
Drug-induced nausea or vomiting
Insomnia
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca syndrome
Dilated cardiomyopathyDilated cardiomyopathy
Drug-induced alopeciaDrug-induced alopecia
Drug-induced anorexia
Drug-induced anxiety
Drug-induced arthralgia
Drug-induced constipation
Drug-induced depressive disorder
Drug-induced dizziness
Drug-induced dyspnea
Drug-induced epistaxis
Drug-induced fatigue
Drug-induced fever
Drug-induced headache
Drug-induced hypertension
Drug-induced leukopenia
Drug-induced palpitations
Drug-induced somnolence
Drug-induced stroke
Drug-induced weight loss
Ocular drug reaction
Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia
Pneumothorax
Seizure
Serotonin toxicity
Sympathomimetic toxicity
Drug-induced chest pain
Drug-induced flushing reaction
Drug-induced leukocytosis
Drug-induced movement disorders
Drug-induced psychosis
Malignant hyperthermia
Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
Rhabdomyolysis
Spontaneous coronary artery dissection