1972
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.106.2.204
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Herpes zoster in children

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“…7,9 Clinical features include pruritus and pain, with rare postherpetic neuralgia. 4,7,20 Systemic reactions include fever, headache, and lymphadenopathy. Secondary bacterial infections and ophthalmic herpes zoster have been reported.…”
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“…7,9 Clinical features include pruritus and pain, with rare postherpetic neuralgia. 4,7,20 Systemic reactions include fever, headache, and lymphadenopathy. Secondary bacterial infections and ophthalmic herpes zoster have been reported.…”
Section: Commentmentioning
confidence: 99%