Measles in children
Keywords:measles, high contagiosity, vaccination, children
The article deals with the history of measles virus discovery, epidemic outbreak of measles over the last 15 years in Ukraine. The paper presents the data on the features of measles clinical picture in children and adults with typical and atypical forms, criteria for diagnosis, as well as possible protection against this dangerous infectious disease.
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