Infectious Diseases in Children / A 2-year-old girl presents to your office with fever and rash. She has had fever (Tmax 101.6°F) for 2 days. The rash began the day before presentation. It started as “red spots” on the legs, then spread. The patient has been itchy and fussy. Today she refused to walk, and her parents noticed her feet, as well as her hands, were swollen. Review of systems is notable for rhinorrhea.
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