Pustulovesicular Skin Eruption as Presenting Feature of Incomplete Kawasaki Disease

Author(s): Goyal JP* and Shah VB

A 12-year-old female was referred with a history of fever and abdominal pain for 10 days and swelling all over her body for 4 days. Swelling developed initially over her left leg and arm followed by the right extremities, later involving the entire body. She also gave a history of passage of red-colored urine for 1 day. On general physical examination, she was febrile (temperature −102°F) with mild pallor and erythema over the lips. Her blood pressure was normal and there was no lymphadenopathy. On abdominal examination, mild ascites and tenderness were present


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