herpangina


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her·pan·gi·na

n. herpangina, enfermedad infecciosa, epidémica en el verano, que afecta las membranas mucosas de la garganta.

herpangina

n herpangina
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In light of the increasing number of cases of enterovirus infection with severe complications reported and the majority of these new cases are infected with enterovirus D68, Taiwan CDC cited Professor Hung Kun-long, the Pediatric Neurology professor from the Fu Jen Catholic University College of Medicine, as saying that besides the common symptoms of enterovirus infection such as hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) and herpangina, the primary symptoms of enterovirus D68 infection include the symptoms of the upper respiratory tract infection such as fever, runny nose, and cough.
Sometimes patients present mainly with painful ulcers at the back of the mouth, namely herpangina, without rash on the hands or feet," the spokesman said.
Children with HFMD or herpangina are usually evaluated and managed in ambulatory settings, and virologic investigations are rarely performed.
Risk factors for hand, foot, and mouth disease and herpangina and the preventive effect of hand-washing.
For non-enveloped viruses HRV14 (responsible for the majority of acute respiratory infections in both children and adults) and coxsackievirus type 9 (CA9--tend to infect the skin and mucous membranes, causing herpangina, acute haemorrhagic conjunctivitis, and hand-foot-and-mouth (HFM) disease) were included in the analyses.
CV including CVA and CVB mainly leads to herpangina and human heart disease, especially viral myocarditis (VMC).
Sometimes clinicians can tell that enterovirus is in the community without laboratory tests because children present with hand, foot, and mouth (and sometimes buttock) disease or herpangina.
Infective included the bacterial, fungal and viral diseases; such as primary herpetic gingivostomatitis, herpes zoster, herpangina, infectious mononucleosis, acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis, tuberculosis, syphilis, actinomycosis and HIV infection.
Herpangina usually affects children, but also adults.
poliomyelitis, aseptic meningitis, hand-foot-mouth disease, herpangina and acute haemorrhagic conjunctivitis.