Diagnostic and Therapeutic Difficulties in Children with Viral Exanthema in the Practice of General Practitioners

U.Sh. Rykhsiiev, M.A. Yuldashev, A.V. Mun


The article presents data on viral exanthema caused by Coxsackie enterovirus (Coxsackie A16) in children. The features of the course and the difficulty in the diagnosis and treatment of this disease in the arid region are described.


viral exanthema; Coxsackie enterovirus; children


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2312-413x.4.09.2015.78832


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