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Peds disease set 2

Low grade fever, headache, mild upper respiratory infection, 3 stage rash,resolves over 1-3 weeks, pain or swelling In joints, aplastic crisis with those with anemia. (Also called Slapped cheek disease) 5th disease
High fever, vesicles in tongue and oral mucosa, erode to shallow ulcers vesicles on hands and feet are football shaped with erythematous rims Hand foot and mouth disease
Abrupt onset of fever, facial flushing, chills, headache, myalgia, malaise, cough and coryza, dry or sore throat Influenza
Fever, malaise, sore throat, and lymphadenopathy, periorbital edema, gray exudate on pharynx and tonsils, petechiae on palate, enlargement of posterior cervical lymph nodes Mononucleosis
Fever and parotitis ( inflammation and swelling of the parotid gland) mild respiratory symptoms, malaise,anorexia, headache and abdominal pain Mumps
Cold symptoms,paroxysmal coughing spells followed by a whooping sound Pertussis( whooping cough)
Clear runny nose, pharyngitis, low grade fever, cough 1-:3 days into illness followed by wheezing, poor feeding RSV
Eye redness, eyelid edema, tearing discharge, eye pain, Itching of the eyes Pink eye (conjunctivitis)
Maculopapular rash, lymphadenopathy, low grade fever, malaise, upper respiratory symptoms and pruritis, polyarthralgia, and polyarthritis Rubella (German measles)
Fever, cough, coryza,conjunctivitis, koplik spots( bright red spots with blue white centers on mucous membranes) Rubella (measles)
Sudden onset , preceding respiratory illness or sore throat. Fever, chills, headache, vomiting, photophobia, stiff neck, rash, irritability,drowsiness, lethargy,muscle rigidity, seizures Meningitis (bacterial or viral)
Fever greater than 101F, chills, body aches, loss of appetite, red swollen pharynx with yellow or white specks of pus, erythematous rash on face, trunk, and extremities, strawberry tongue Scarlet fever
Fever, red spots that itch,become blisters, break and scab over Chicken pox (varicella zoster)
Intense pruritis especially at night, with presence of erythematous papillae rash commonly in hands feet and in body folds Scabies
Scaly patches, oval shaped lesions Ringworm
Some asymptmatic. May cause anal itching, especially at night. Restlessness, teeth grinding, Weight loss, enuresis. Can be seen by shining flashlight at Rectum but best test is the tape test( piece of tape to area around anus upon awakening) take to docto Pinworm
Possible upper respiratory signs early; high fever for 3-5 days, resolves abruptly; rash appears 12-24 hours later, lasting 1-3 days. Rash is pinkish red, flat or raises spots that blanch when touched Roseola (6th disease)
Extreme pruritis, adult eggs (nits) or parasites may be seen, especially behind the wars and at the nose of the neck Lice
Can be asymptomatic or fever, malaise, weight loss, anorexia, pain and tightness in the chest, hemoptysis, cough that progresses slowly, poor lung expansion, dullness to percussion, diminished breath sounds and crackles, fever, pallor, anemia, weakness Tuberculosis
Created by: Tsphon
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