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A 6 month old clinically well child presented with a rash and peripheral non-pitting oedema following an upper respiratory tract infection (fig 1⇓). He was diagnosed with acute haemorrhagic oedema of infancy.
Also known as Finkelstein’s1 or Seidlmayer’s disease,2 acute haemorrhagic oedema …
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