Gianotti Crosti syndrome

• Age. The Gianotti-Crosti syndrome affects children, usually those aged under 14 years.

• Incubation period is unknown.

• Prodromal symptoms. Lymphadenopathy and malaise accompany the eruption.

• Initial rash. Red papules rapidly develop on the face, neck, limbs, buttocks, palms, and soles.

• Development and resolution. Over two to three weeks the lesions become purpuric then slowly fade.

• Diagnosis. The syndrome may be due to a number of virus infections such as hepatitis B.

• Complications. Lymphadenopathy and hepatomegaly always occur and may persist for many months.

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