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BCG reactivation: a useful diagnostic tool even for incomplete Kawasaki disease
  1. R Sinha,
  2. T Balakumar
  1. St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey, UK;

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    A 16 week old child of Chinese origin presented with a history of persistent fever for three days. She was very irritable and had bright red lips and few maculopapular spots on the trunk. She did not have any significant cervical lymphadenopathy, but did have red eyes. In view of the age a full septic screen was performed and intravenous antibiotic was started. Investigations revealed a raised white …

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