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Roseola Synonyms Exanthema subitum, [1] roseola infantum, [1] sixth disease, [1] baby measles, rose rash of infants, three-day fever Roseola on a month-old girl Specialty Infectious disease Symptoms Fever followed by rash [1] Complications Febrile seizures [1] Usual onset Before the age of three [1] Duration Few days [2] Causes Human herpesvirus 6 HHV-6 or human herpesvirus 7 HHV-7 [1] Diagnostic method Typically based on symptoms [1] Differential diagnosis Measlesrubellascarlet fever [1] Treatment Supportive care [1] Prognosis Generally good exantwma Roseola is an infectious disease caused by certain types of virus.

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Roseola Infantum

Exanthema subitum, [1] roseola infantum, [1] sixth disease, [1] baby measles, rose rash of infants, three-day fever. Gac Sanit ;4 Si continua navegando, consideramos que acepta su uso. Therefore, pictures of roseola in adults are rare. Infant roseola is a typical baby infection.


Milker’s nodule Bovine papular stomatitis Pseudocowpox Orf Sealpox. J Infect Dis ; 6: Search Bing for all related images. Disease or Usbito T A small exante,a of children acquire HHV-6 with few sign or symptoms of the disease. Eur J Epidemid ; Virus-related cutaneous conditions Pediatrics. John Zahorsky MD wrote extensively on this disease in the early 20th century, his first formal presentation was to the St Louis Pediatric society in where he described 15 young children with the illness.


Roseola is caused by two human herpesviruseshuman herpesvirus 6 HHV-6 and human herpesvirus 7 HHV-7which are exangema referred to collectively as Roseolovirus. To estimate the incidence of maculo-papular viral exanthemas and to describe the epidemiological and clinical patterns.

Eurosurveillance ; 3 International Journal of Dermatology. Observational descriptive study with a sample design. New England Journal of Medicine.

Roseola – Wikipedia

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Before the age of three [1]. Numbered Diseases of Childhood. Sneezing, coughing, kissing, contact with sprouts and toys that go to the mouth and are shared with other children are potential sources of contagion.

Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. In the same way that it suddenly appears, after 3 to 5 days of high temperatures, the fever also goes away quickly from one hour to another. Roseola is an infectious disease caused by certain types of virus.


Before the onset of rash, it is very difficult to establish the diagnosis because the symptoms are the same as those of any common virus. The transmission of roseola is usually done from person to person through contact with secretions of the respiratory tract, mainly by saliva.

For the small group that will develop symptoms, the average incubation period of examtema is 10 days.

Rarely, your doctor may order a serology, which is an examination that looks for the presence of antibodies to roseola in the blood. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. It was included the maculo-papular exanthemas associated to a presumable systemic virus disease in patients under 15 years old. The rosacea exanthema begins at the trunk and dubito spreads to limbs and face.

An acute, short-lived, viral disease of infants and young children characterized by a high fever at onset that drops to normal after days and the exatnema appearance of a macular or maculopapular rash that appears first on the trunk and then spreads to other areas.

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