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308 Possible Causes for Herpangina, Seizure

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Small vesicles on the soft palate, uvula, and anterior tonsillar pillars suggest herpangina, which is caused by coxsackieviral infection.[] The patient developed seizures as a result of three brain abscesses, one of which is shown.[] Type A coxsackieviruses can cause a severe ulcerative pharyngitis in children (herpangina), and adenovirus and herpes simplex virus, although less common, also can cause severe[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Herpangina (a specific infectious disease) . Arch. Pediatr. 41 : 181 – 184 .[] Of infants who are hospitalized with pertussis, approximately 50% have apnea, 20% develop pneumonia, 1% have seizures, 1% die, and 0.3% have encephalopathy. [ 28 ] Recovery[] Herpangina: etiological studies of a specific infectious disease . JAMA 145 : 628 – 633 . 68. Hughes , J. H. 1993 .[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Interestingly, RV was recovered more often from children with acute gastroenteritis than from those with HFMD or herpangina.[] Neurological complications No studies reported any incidences of seizures. However, it is unclear if this outcome was predefined for inclusion in any of these studies.[] Hyponatremic seizures can be avoided by rehydrating with oral rehydration solution instead of free water.[]

  • Echovirus Infection

    Herpangina Herpangina is a well-characterized, vesicular, oral mucosal process involving the tonsillar fossa and soft palate.[] Herpangina Herpangina is usually caused by coxsackievirus A and presents as acute-onset fever, sore throat, dysphagia, and grayish-white papulovesicular lesions on an erythematous[] […] full-term boy appropriate for his gestational age was born via caesarian section to a 26-year-old G 1 P 0 Latin American woman who had a medical history of a well-controlled seizure[]

  • Herpes Simplex Encephalitis

    .- ) gammaherpesviral mononucleosis ( B27.0- ) herpangina ( B08.5 ) Herpesviral [herpes simplex] infections Approximate Synonyms Encephalitis due to human herpes simplex virus[] Seizures did not recur in the next 6 months.[] Although free of clinical seizures, when she was 5, she experienced behavioral and academic dysfunction, which was later attributed to electrographic focal seizures and worsening[]

  • Acute Vilyuisk Encephalitis

    Herpangina: oral lesions exudate taken Dacron swab. Poliomyelitis or polio-like syndrome: cerebrospinal fluid taken by puncture.[] It is unclear if anticonvulsants used in people with viral encephalitis would prevent seizures.[] Clinical presentation involves the triad of fever, altered consciousness and headache, whereas seizures and various neurological deficits may be encountered.[]

  • Facial Hemiatrophy

    Erythroplakia Fibroma Giant-cell Focal epithelial hyperplasia Fordyce spots Hairy leukoplakia Hand, foot and mouth disease Hereditary benign intraepithelial dyskeratosis Herpangina[] Intractable complex partial seizures developed in a 3-year-old female with normal intracranial findings on computed tomography.[] Seizures started before the age of 20 years in three patients and were refractory simple, or complex partial seizures.[]

  • Coxsackievirus Infection

    Two weeks before the outbreak of the lesions, the patient had suffered from a viral pharyngitis, subsequently diagnosed as herpangina, and had been taking an oral cephalosporin[] Febrile seizures may occur in children. Seizures are less common in adults, although adults may complain of fatigue that lasts for weeks after the meningitis resolves.[] Among the 35 SAFV2-positive children, excluding cases of viral coinfection, 13 (37.1%) had pharyngitis, 12 (34.3%) had tonsillitis, and 8 (22.8%) had herpangina.[]

  • Leptospiral Meningitis

    […] hemorrhagic conjunctivitis (A24 specifically) • No commercially available vaccine Hand, Foot, Mouth Disease (HFMD) viral infection with a typical rash and mouth lesions (herpangina[] Altered sensorium and seizures herald a worse prognosis.[] Diagnostic criteria were fever, myalgia, conjunctival suffusion, Jaundice, headache, altered sensorium, seizures, bleeding manifestation and oliguria.[]

  • Sialadenitis

    Erythroplakia Fibroma Giant-cell Focal epithelial hyperplasia Fordyce spots Hairy leukoplakia Hand, foot and mouth disease Hereditary benign intraepithelial dyskeratosis Herpangina[] After critical airway management and appropriate rehabilitation, the patient recovered completely and remains seizure free at 1.5 years of follow-up.[]

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