A 2-year-old female presented with moderate to high-grade intermittent fever for 6 days, associated with. Rashes were present over the entire body excluding palms and soles. The rash first appeared on the face within 12 hrs of the onset of fever later spreading to trunks and limbs. After 7-10 days there were central clearing in the rash giving a lacy or reticular appearance. What can be the problem associated with it?

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Diagnosis :: Viral Fever ? Measles D/d : Lyme disease , erythma migraine

Viral fever

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