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(Rash palms and soles)
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  • Early Congenital Syphilis: Recognising Symptoms of an Increasingly Prevalent Disease. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Cutan Med Surg 2018 Jan/Feb; 22(1):97-99
  • Patel NU, Oussedik E, … Strowd LC
  • CONCLUSIONS: While CS is largely considered a historic entity, it has been increasing in incidence in the United States since 2012 and in Canada since the early 2000s. Diagnosis of CS can be difficult as infants may be asymptomatic or present with nonspecific signs. This case highlights the presentation of minimal cutaneous involvement as well as skeletal involvement after birth. RPR testing may result in false negatives or indeterminate results, further complicating diagnosis. Given these difficulties in screening and the increasing incidence of CS, clinicians may need to refamiliarise themselves with its clinical findings.
  • First case of imported chikungunya infection in Croatia, 2016. [Journal Article]
  • IMInt Med Case Rep J 2017; 10:117-121
  • Luksic B, Pandak N, … Vilibic-Cavlek T
  • In recent years, several European countries reported cases of imported chikungunya infection. We present the first imported clinically manifested chikungunya fever in Croatia. A 27-year-old woman ret...
  • [A child with a fever and rash]. [Journal Article]
  • NTNed Tijdschr Geneeskd 2017; 161(0):D902
  • Herwegen B, Frank R
  • A 1-year-old boy with flu-like symptoms and red papules, vesicles and macules around the mouth, on the extremities, on the palms of his hands and soles of the feet was seen at the outpatient clinic. ...
  • Clinical and Laboratory Profile of Dengue Fever. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Assoc Physicians India 2015; 63(12):30-32
  • Deshwal R, Qureshi MI, Singh R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Fever associated with headache, retroorbital pain, erythematous morbilliform rash, conjunctival suffusion and itching in palms and soles along with thrombocytopenia, leucopenia, elevated liver transaminases should prompt a clinician on the possibility of dengue infection. Platelet transfusions have little role in management of dengue patients.
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