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  1. Egyptian Doctor

    Egyptian Doctor Moderator Verified Doctor

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    Kawasaki syndrom
     

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    kawasaki or scarlet (I don't think it's an esanthematic infectious disease because of the desquamation of the end, typical evolution of feet&hands oedema in Kawasaki's disease)
     

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    I think it's scarlet (if on the photo all the visual signs of case)
     

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    this most likely is acase of scarlet fever
     

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    Answer : Scarlet Fever
     

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