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A previously well, fully immunised 8-year-old boy was admitted to a tertiary paediatric hospital with a 5-day history of fever, papular rash and migratory arthralgia affecting his left wrist, right shoulder and both ankles. By day 6 of the illness, a petechial rash with scattered flat grey vesicles was apparent on the hands and feet, including palms and soles, without mucosal involvement (figure 1). On initial blood tests, he had …
Contributors NW and JO conceived of the presented idea. NW completed the investigation and writing of the manuscript draft. NW and JO reviewed and edited the manuscript.
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