Rubella

• Age. Rubella affects children and young adults.

• Incubation lasts 14-21 days.

• Prodromal symptoms. There are none in young children. Otherwise fever, malaise, and upper respiratory symptoms occur.

• Initial rash.. Initially some patients develop erythema of the soft palate and lymphadenopathy. Later pink macules appear on the face, spreading to trunk and limbs over one to two days.

Treatment of warts with liquid nitrogen

Virus diseases with rashes

Measles

Rubella

Infectious mononucleosis

Erythema infectiosum

Roseola infantum

Gianotti-Crosti syndrome

Hand, foot, and mouth disease

Primary HIV infection

Measles
Rubella

Treatment of warts with liquid nitrogen

• Development and resolution. The rash then clears over the next two days, and sometimes no rash develops at all.

• Complications. The most important complications are congenital defects in babies of women infected during pregnancy. The risk is greatest in the first month of pregnancy.

• Diagnosis. The diagnosis is made from the clinical signs above. Serum should be taken for antibodies and the test repeated at seven to 10 days.

• Prophylaxis. Active immunisation is routinely available for all schoolgirls.

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