|Color Atlas & Synopsis of Pediatric Dermatology, 2e|
Section 23. Cutaneous Viral Infections
Topics Discussed: coxsackie viruses; dermatology; hand-foot-and-mouth disease; infectious diseases.
Excerpt:"HFMD is an enteroviral infection characterized by fever, ulcerative
oral lesions, and vesicular eruption of the palms and soles.Age Children younger than 10 years.Type Macules, papules, vesicles,
ulcers, crust over...."
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