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Order of the Clinical Features of Rubella

Fever -> Rash -> Complications

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Characteristics of Rubella (5)

1. Acute onset of fever >= 37.2C
2. Generalized Maculopapular Rash
3. Anthralgia/Arthritis
4. Lymphadenopathy
5. Cojunctivitis

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Etiologic Agent of Rubeola

Paramyxovirus (RNA)

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Most important characteristic of the rash of Rubeola

Desquamates

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How many antigenic types of Rubeola are there?

1

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3C's of Rubeola

Coughing
Coryza
Conjunctivitis

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What is the progression of the rash of Rubeola

Begins on the face and heads downwards to extremities

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Pathognomonic Signs of Rubeola (2)

1. Koplik's Spots
2. Desquamation of Rashes

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How does Varicella's rash present on adults? On children?

A: More on the head and neck
C: Generalized

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How many doses of Varicella vaccine should you take?

2

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Herpes Zoster usually affects these nerves

Trigeminal (More commonly affected)
Facial

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Most notable complication of herpes Zoster

Post-herpetic Neuralgia