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Journal of Clinical Immunology; Kuo CY, Ku CL et. al.
Jan 19th, 2022 - Enterovirus A71 (EV71) causes a broad spectrum of childhood diseases, ranging from asymptomatic infection or self-limited hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD) to life-threatening encephalitis. The molecular mechanisms underlying these different clin...
Nov 16th, 2021 - Practice Essentials Meningitis is a clinical syndrome characterized by inflammation of the meninges. Acute bacterial meningitis. This axial nonenhanced computed tomography scan shows mild ventriculomegaly and sulcal effacement. View Media Gallery ...
Disease Markers; Zhuo F, Yu M et. al.
Sep 11th, 2021 - To find risk markers and develop new clinical predictive models for the differential diagnosis of hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD) with varying degrees of disease. 19766 children with HFMD and 64 clinical indexes were included in this study. The...
PloS One; Xie L, Huang R et. al.
Aug 3rd, 2021 - The study aims to depict the temporal and spatial distributions of hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD) in Xinjiang, China and reveal the relationships between the incidence of HFMD and meteorological factors in Xinjiang. With the national surveilla...
Jul 1st, 2021 - Hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD) is a febrile disorder usually caused by coxsackievirus A16, enterovirus 71, or other enteroviruses. Infection causes a vesicular eruption on the hands, feet, and oral mucosa. Atypical HFMD due to coxsackievirus A...
Clinicaltrials.gov 1 results
Apr 27th, 2012 - Hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD) is a significant cause of death, usually characterized by vesicular lesions on the skin and oral mucosa and high morbidity rates in children. Additionally, occasional fatal cases have been reported involving brai...
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Kevin M. Rychik, BS, Naghmeh Yousefzadeh, MD et. al.
Oct 3rd, 2019 - There are 4 variants of psoriasis: plaque, guttate, pustular, and erythroderma (in order of prevalence). 2 Guttate psoriasis is characterized by small, 2- to 10-mm, raindroplike lesions on the skin.
Brooks David Kimmis, MD, Christopher Downing, MD et. al.
Nov 1st, 2018 - Hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD) is a viral illness caused by several enteroviruses, most commonly coxsackievirus A16 (CVA16) and enterovirus 71 (EV71). The disease is generally seen in children younger than 5 years, characterized by lesions of.
Jul 31st, 2017 - MADRID – Ninety-two percent of Spanish children sickened during the first-ever outbreak of enterovirus-associated brain stem encephalitis in western Europe survived with no long-term sequelae, Nuria Worner, MD, reported at the annual meeting of th.
Jul 18th, 2017 - A Chinese study demonstrates a reduction of maternally derived antibodies in infants prior to vaccination for measles and human enterovirus 71 (EV71), and for coxsackievirus (CoxA16), for which there currently is no vaccine. EV71 and CoxA16 are en.
Kate E. Oberlin, MD
Feb 15th, 2017 - Our dermatology department recently sponsored a pediatric dermatology lecture series for the pediatric residency program. Within this series, Antonella Tosti, MD, a professor at the University of Miami Health System, Florida, and a renowned expert.