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A 6-month-old infant presented to our paediatric department with a low grade pyrexia and rash. There were vesicular lesions over the left chest and abdominal wall in the T6 dermatome distribution (figure 1). Investigations revealed a normal C reactive protein, with raised alanine transaminase of 362 units/l and white cell count of 19.1×109/l. On questioning, the mother revealed …
Contributors While RM drafted the article based on the reference provided, DF had originally seen the child during acute admission, taken the consent, revised the drafted article and finally approved the version to be published.
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