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Scarlet fever on the background of toxicodermia in a child: case report and mini-review
The article presents a case of scarlet fever on the background of toxicodermia in a 12-year-old girl. The disease most probably developed in response to a combination of etiological factors such as bacterial infection and allergic reaction to exotoxins. The clinical picture was dubious, involving mucous membranes of the nose, mouth, and skin. Parenteral administration of glucocorticoids, antihistamines, detoxification, antibiotic therapy, and topical treatment led to rapid regression ofdoi:10.22141/2224-05220.127.116.111.226456 fatcat:gm4edram7zfrdmbzpwb3zesupi