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Child having red raised spots on her body with sore throat. What could it be?

hi my daughter came out in spots a few days ago and they lasted around 4-5 days as they are going now but the started around her mouth and on her shoulder and back of her neck but then progressed over a day to her hands feet and up her legs and arms they are like little red raised spots and the first day or two she was complaining over sore throat i was wondering if you could tell me what it might be please
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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BY HISTORY FOLLOWING ETIOLOGY IS SUSPECTED
SCARLET FEVER
MEASLES
KAWASAKI DISEASE
HAND FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE

BUT IN BOTH MEASLES AND KAWASAKI DISEASE HIGH GRADE FEVER HAS ONSET PRIOR TO RASHES.

SO POSSIBILITY OF SCARLET FEVER AND HAND FOOT MOUTH DISEASE IS MOR . SEND MORE DETAILS OF YOUR DAUGHTER ILLNESS
Answered: Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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