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  drvirgo - 11/22/06 17:44
 
 
4 yr African American male developed fever, sore throat, unusual irritability. A PE(physical exam) revealed 15-25 small, gray white, shallow, ulcerative lesions along the posterior marign of his soft palate. The pharyngeal walls were extremely red. There were no lesions on the gum but few on the anterior part of oral cavity. The child was dark complexioned and had no obvious rash

I) Most likely diagnosis
a) herpetic gingivostomatitis
b) measles
c) chickenpox
d) herpangina
e) hand, foot, and mouth disease

II) Causative viral agent is most likely
a) Herpes simplex virus
b) enterovirus
c) paramyxovirus
d) Varicella-zoster virus
e) rhabdovirus

III) Lesion found in child's mouth are called
a) pustules
b) Koplik spots
c) NEgri bodies
d) Byran spots
e) pocks

IV) Another name of the disease is
a) rubella
b) roseola infantum
c) robeola
d) relapsing fever
e) rheumatic fever

 
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  rmansour - 11/22/06 18:09
 
  I'LL SAY

1) B
2)C
3)B
4)C
 
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  kashmala - 11/22/06 18:15
 
 
1.b
2.c
3.b
4.c
 
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#568447
  ly78 - 11/22/06 18:26
 
  b
c
b
c
 
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  chebli - 11/23/06 03:34
 
  Do u have the answers please?  
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  drvirgo - 11/23/06 08:16
 
  all are correct.b/c/b/c..  
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  rizowana - 08/24/08 22:31
 
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