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Atopic dermititis

A Taïeb, N Diris, F Boralevi, C Labrèze
Herpetic gingivostomatitis (HGS) is the predominant manifestation of cutaneomucosal herpes in children with HSV1 primary infection before the age of 3 years. The infection is self limiting and lasts 10 to 14 days. Pain and dysphagia are particularly important during the first week of infection and may necessitate parenteral rehydratation and administration of antalgesics. HGS in the young child causes substantial morbidity leading to hospital and social costs (work stoppage for parents). The clinical course is generally benign with the exception of forms with important extension, eczema, herpeticum Kaposi-Juliusberg pustulosis observed at this age only in children with atopic dermititis...
April 2002: Annales de Dermatologie et de Vénéréologie
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