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A 4-year-old Australian-born girl of Taiwanese background presented with 5 days of fever and rash. She had previously had Kawasaki disease at the age of 22 months from which she made a full recovery. Examination at this presentation revealed mucosal injection, strawberry tongue, widespread blanching maculopapular rash, palmar erythema and conjunctival injection. Recurrent Kawasaki disease was diagnosed. She was treated …
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