Guess the disease. It consists of a rash of blisters and tin
Neelam Maurya
Guess the disease. It consists of a rash of blisters and tiny ulcers on the hands, feet and in the mouth accompanied by irritability, decreased appetite, fever and sore throat. Fingernail and toenail loss may occur a few weeks later, but they will regrow with time. Typically it occurs in children less than five years old but can occasionally occur in adults.
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Dr. U●●●h P●●●●y Paediatrics
Agreed
Jun 10, 2019Like1
H●●●h S●●h
H●●●h S●●h General Medicine
How is it treated?
Jun 28, 2019Like1
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N●●●●m M●●●●a General Medicine
@Harsh shah There' s no specific treatment for this disease. Signs and symptoms usually clear up in 7 to 10 days. A topical oral anesthetic may help relieve the pain of mouth sores. Over-the-counter pain medications other than aspirin, such as acetaminophen (Tylenol, others) or ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others) may help relieve general discomfort.
Jun 29, 2019Like2