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.
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herpangina

n herpangina
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Clinical diagnosis 01 Acute meningitis 02 Fever 02 Fever 03 Fever 04 Fever 05 Encephalitis 05 Encephalitis 05 Encephalitis 06 Infant fever 07 Sepsis-like disease 07 Sepsis-like disease 08 Convulsions 09 HFMD 10 HFMD 11 Fever, hypotonia 12 Acute meningitis, HFMD 13 HFMD 14 Fever 15 ([paragraph]) NR 16 ([paragraph]) NR 17 ([paragraph]) NR 18 ([paragraph]) NR 19 ([paragraph]) NR 20 Sepsis-like disease 21 Diarrhea 22 Acute meningitis, cerebellitis 22 Acute meningitis, cerebellitis 23 Fever 23 Fever 24 Myelitis 24 Myelitis 25 Atypical HFMD, herpangina Patient no.
Before 2008, studies indicated that CVA6 mainly caused herpangina. It was first identified in HFMD in 2008 in Finland, where it caused a major HFMD outbreak (7, 13).
The clinical spectrum spans from herpangina, characterized by fever and painful mouth ulcers most prominent in the posterior oral cavity (uvula, tonsils, soft palates, and anterior pharyngeal folds), to HFMD with papulovesicular rash on palms and soles with or without mouth ulcers/vesicles.
The clinical spectrum spans from herpangina, characterized by fever and painful mouth ulcers most prominent in the posterior oral cavity (uvula, tonsils, soft; plates, and anterior pharyngeal folds), to HFMD with papulovesicular rash on palms and soles with or without mouth ulcers/ vesicles.
'The 3-year-old girl sought medical attention at a hospital after she subsequently developed hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD), herpangina, vomiting, fever, myoclonic jerk and drowsiness,' the agency said.
Risk factors for hand, foot, and mouth disease and herpangina and the preventive effect of hand-washing.
Infections: Herpes Simplex and Zoster, Infectious Mononucleosis, Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease, Herpangina, AIDS, Syphilis, ANUG, Candidiasis.
Few potential predisposing factors like arterial hypertension, diabetes mellitus, long-term use of inhaled steroid (especially when oral hygiene is not maintained) and viral episodes (such as pharyngitis, herpangina etc) are listed.
Multifocal herpangina, pneumonia with dyspnea, cough, empyema.
Linsuwanon et al., "Prevalence and characterization of enterovirus infections among pediatric patients with hand foot mouth disease, herpangina and influenza like illness in Thailand, 2012," PLoS ONE, vol.
Coxsackie A virus, on the other hand, is known to cause hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD), hemorrhagic conjunctivitis, and herpangina. Meningitis can be caused by both Coxsackie A and B.