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PEDI - Inf. Diseases

Signs and Symptoms

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Small, blue-white spots with a red base that cluster near the molars of the buccal mucosa. Koplick spots.
The deficiency of which vitamin is associated with measles? Vitamin A.
Also called 3 Day Measles or German Measles. Rubella.
Red, maculopapular rash that gradually turns brownish; last 6-7 days. Rubeola (measles)
Rash that begins on face, neck and scalp and spreads downward; k
What is Coryza? Profuse runny nose.
Manifestations of this infection typically include the 3 C's - Coryza, Cough, Conjuctivitis. Rubeola (measles)
Which can cross the placenta and infect the fetus (causing abnormality or death) - Rubella or Rubeola? Rubella.
With Rubeola, what is typically found in the mouth? Petechia of the soft palate.
Created by: StudiousGluteus