Flashcards in  Fever with Mucocutaneous Symptoms Deck (12):
Order of the Clinical Features of Rubella
Fever -> Rash -> Complications
Characteristics of Rubella (5)
1. Acute onset of fever >= 37.2C
2. Generalized Maculopapular Rash
Etiologic Agent of Rubeola
Most important characteristic of the rash of Rubeola
How many antigenic types of Rubeola are there?
3C's of Rubeola
What is the progression of the rash of Rubeola
Begins on the face and heads downwards to extremities
Pathognomonic Signs of Rubeola (2)
1. Koplik's Spots
2. Desquamation of Rashes
How does Varicella's rash present on adults? On children?
A: More on the head and neck
How many doses of Varicella vaccine should you take?
Herpes Zoster usually affects these nerves
Trigeminal (More commonly affected)