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Incomplete Kawasaki disease: not to be forgotten
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    Rare neurological complication of Kawasaki's Disease

    Dear Editor

    Drs Sinha and Balakumar remind us in their article that BCG scar reactivation is a diagnostic marker for Kawasaki's Disease (1). Drs Gandhi and Wilson then remind us of the importance of considering incomplete Kawasaki's Disease in the context of many clinical scenarios (2). They provide a comprehensive list of several neurological manifestations and complications of Kawasaki's Disease.


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