A male aged 5 years , having fever ,cough, watering and congestion of eyes since 5 days , maculopapular erruptions all over body , respiratory distress and severe bouts of coughing since 3 days. Scattered crepts on whole right chest. Diagnosis 0f disease and management.

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Measles with complications (pneumonia?)

Koplik's??? ?Giant cell Pneumonitis as a complication to Measles, look for F/H of Tuberculosis and chest X-ray as In tuberculous infection flares up in Measles, Look if Lymphnode are there is CXR to suspect cause, ow if Koplik's are there in Oral mucosa , then definitely this can be Measles. 2 lakhs Unit Vit A stat Rest is supportive Start IV antibiotics oF LRTI wait and watch

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