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Flashcards in Peds Infectious Rashes OME Deck (21):
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erythema infectiousum

parvo B19 - slap cheek rash

resolve spontaneously

2

complication of erythema infectiosum

if thalassemia/sickle cell
-aplastic crisis

3

tx of erythema infectiosum

supportive

4

measles virus

morbillivirus

5

measles presentation

4 C's
-cough, coryza, conjunctivitis, coplik spots

rash - start on face - goes head to toe - clears same way

6

complication of measles

later in life
-subacute sclerosing panencephalitis

7

rubella presentation

rash - same as measles - face and down
-has prodrome - difference from measles

prodrome - generalized tender lymphadenotis

no long term complications

8

german measles

rubella

9

roseola presentation

infection with HHV-6 virus

fever THEN rash

rash on trunk - spreads outward

10

complication of roseola

febrile seizure - fast rate of increased T

tx acetaminophen

NOT ASA = REYES

11

varicella zoster virus

chickenpox and shingles

12

chickenpox presentation

rash and possible fever

diffuse rash all over - vesicular on erythematous base
-in DIFFERENT stages

13

prevention for chickenpox

do have vaccine now

14

shingles

reactivation of varicella zoster virus
-hides in dorsal root ganglia

15

tx of shingles

catch early - acyclovir
-shingles vaccine - prevent reactivation

16

postherpetic neuralgia

significant pain - post shingles
-tx - TCA or GABA

17

mumps

parotid swelling and orchitis
-in pubertal boys

18

diagnosis of mumps

mainly clinical

-but can do pickle test
-induce salivation - pain worsens

19

tx of mumps

supportive

20

hand-foot-mouth disease

coxsackie A virus

vague prodrome
-rash - vesicles on erythematous base
-clinical diagnosis

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tx of hand-foot-mouth

supportive