Kawasaki's disease. Blotchy erythema on the trunk of a child with Kawasaki's disease. Kawasaki’s disease is suspected in a child who has a fever for more than 5 days and who shows some of the following symptoms: rash, neck lymph nodes swelling, red conjunctiva, strawberry tongue, and peeling of palms or soles.
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