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paed infection rash

infection disease in paed associated with rash

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Blanching erythematous maculopapular rash head and neck --> to trunk and exrtremities Associated symptoms: fever, cough, coryza and conjunctivitis measles
appear in crops present in different stages: papules, vesicles, crusting Vesicular lesions on erythematous base chicken pox
Rash resembles measles, but patient is not ill looking Prominent postauricular, posterior cervical +/- suboccipital adenopathy Forschemier spots: small, red spots (petechiae) on soft palate Rubella
rash that resembles “slapped cheeks” then spreads to the trunk, arms, and legs. common in kids between the ages of 5 and 15 Erythema infectiosum (fifth disease) – human parvovirus B19
Human herpesvirus 6 or 7 infection 6 months and 2 years old. High fever for 3-4 days Followed by seizures Generalized rash (trunk to extremities, face spared) Roseola infantum or exanthema subitum (sixth disease)
Exotoxin-mediated diffuse erythematous rash Pharyngitis due to group A streptococcus Coarse, sandpaper-like, erythematous, blanching rash à desquamation Circumoral pallor and strawberry tongue Scarlet fever
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