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osler nodes
Janeway lesions (roth spots, splinter hemorrhages)=bacterial endocarditis
s/sx:
Peds with: fever, conjunctivitis, oral mucosal changes, lymphadenopathy, and peripheral extremity changes.

Coronavirus, parovirus, bocavirus, CMV, Yersenia...
Kawasaki Syndrome

4 sxs for at least 5 days:
bilat nonexudative conjunctivitis, mucous changes, extremity changes, polymorphous rash, cervical lymphadenopathy
s/sx:
Peds with: fever, conjunctivitis, oral mucosal changes, lymphadenopathy, and peripheral extremity changes.

Coronavirus, parovirus, bocavirus, CMV, Yersenia...
Kawasaki Syndrome

4 sxs for at least 5 days:
bilat nonexudative conjunctivitis, mucous changes, extremity changes, polymorphous rash, cervical lymphadenopathy
Peds: posterior cervical and postauricular lymphadenopathy 5-10 daysb/f rash. Rash=face->trunk->extremities
Rubella

togavirus
fort
strength
Peds
tick bite
Rash=wrists/ankles->central, may become petichial
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Rickettsia rickettsii

doxycycline
3 month to 2 year-olds
sudden high onset of fever
rash develops as fever breaks after 3-4 days
Roseola
HHV-6
Peds
firey "slapped cheek" and circumoral pallor, then lacy, maculopapular, evanescent rash on the trunk and limbs
Erythema Infectiosum
Parovirus B19
Lyme's Disease
Borrelia burgdorferi

Doxycycline
Lyme's Disease
Borrelia burgdorferi

Doxycycline
Toxic shock syndrome
Koplik spots
Peds
Rubeola (Measles)
viral, symptomatic tx and vit A
Rash--disseminated pruritic vesicles, start on face and spread inferiorly
Varicella zoster