C – Chronic meningococcemia: N. meningitidis Variety of recurrent eruptions, including pink maculopapular.
H – Headache: Individuals with complement deficiencies may experience fevers, sometimes intermittent, arthritis, myalgias, and headache.
R – Recurrent eruptions: Chronic meningococcemia can cause nodular eruptions, usually on the lower extremities.
O – Other symptoms: In addition to the skin eruptions, individuals with chronic meningococcemia may develop petechial areas with pale blue-gray centers.
N – Nodular eruptions: Chronic meningococcemia can manifest as nodular eruptions on the lower extremities.
I – Individuals with complement deficiencies: Chronic meningococcemia is more common in individuals with complement deficiencies.
C – Complement deficiencies: Individuals with complement deficiencies are prone to recurrent infections, including chronic meningococcemia.
A – Arthritis: Chronic meningococcemia can lead to arthritis as a symptom.
R – Recurrent fevers: Fevers can be intermittent in individuals with chronic meningococcemia.
E – Eruptions with pale blue-gray centers: Some skin eruptions in chronic meningococcemia may have pale blue-gray centers.
A – Arthritis and myalgias: Individuals with chronic meningococcemia may experience arthritis and myalgias.