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  1. Egyptian Doctor

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    What is your diagnosis

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    The patient suffered from High fever followed by lowering of the temperature with appearing of this rash.
     

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    Given the history, this is more likely to be roseola (sixth disease) - obviously I would want to convince myself clinically that this was not measles
     

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    Answer : Roseola Infantum
     

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    Cool, thank you for the explanation :)
     

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