KAWASAKI DISEASE – A CASE REPORT OF AN ADOLESCENT MALE WITH FEVER, JAUNDICE AND EOSINOPHILIA
Pradeep Sharma, Dr. Atul Gupta* and Rajesh Kumar
Kawasaki disease is the most common acute, self-limiting small to medium vessel vasculitis predominantly in infants and children but can occur in adults also. Typically present with fever conjunctivitis, pharyngitis and skin erythema’s progressing to desquamating rashes on soles and palms. Our case highlights an adolescent presenting with Kawasaki disease fever jaundice and eosinophilia.
Keywords: Kawasaki disease, Eosinophilia, Jaundice.
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