Kawasaki's Disease

Kawasaki's disease is an acute febrile vasculitis affecting infants and young children with coronary artery dilatation as a possible complication. The clinical manifestations include prolonged fever, polymorphous skin eruption on trunk, conjunctivitis, acute cervical lymphadenopathy, changes in hands and feet and mucous membrane changes. The treatment is with aspirin and Intravenous gamma globulin.


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