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Scarlet fever

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Scarlet fever is an infection of the group A streptococcus bacterial strains that presents itself with a characteristic rash in a small subset of patients with strep throat. Discover the latest research on Scarlet Fever here.

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BMJ Case Reports

Streptococcus pyogenes peritonitis: a rare, lethal imitator of appendicitis

BMJ Case ReportsOctober 2, 2019
Matthew JohnsonMarcel Tafen
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The Lancet Infectious Diseases

Against the trend: a decrease in scarlet fever in New Zealand

The Lancet Infectious DiseasesNovember 30, 2019
Nicole J Moreland, Rachel H Webb
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International Journal of Infectious Diseases : IJID : Official Publication of the International Society for Infectious Diseases

Prevalence of Group A β-hemolytic Streptococcal Throat Carriage and Prospective Pilot Surveillance of Streptococcal Sore Throat in Ugandan School Children

International Journal of Infectious Diseases : IJID : Official Publication of the International Society for Infectious DiseasesJanuary 24, 2020
Alyssa DewyerAndrea Z Beaton
Clinics in Dermatology

The rash with mucosal ulceration

Clinics in DermatologyMarch 22, 2020
Maria Cristina Ribeiro de Castro, Marcia Ramos-E-Silva
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BMC Infectious Diseases

Epidemiological study of scarlet fever in Shenyang, China

BMC Infectious DiseasesDecember 23, 2019
Huijie ChenXiangdong An
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CASE : Cardiovascular Imaging Case Reports

Primary Mural Endocarditis Caused by Streptococcus pyogenes

CASE : Cardiovascular Imaging Case ReportsFebruary 1, 2020
Umbreen HussainAmit Goyal

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