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67 Possible Causes for Infectious Mononucleosis, Strawberry Tongue

  • Pharyngitis

    There is circum- oral pallor and a strawberry tongue. There may be Pasita lines (petechiae) in the antecubital fossa area. May be accentuated in the underpants area.[] Acute tonsillitis caused by the Epstein - Barr virus can cause infectious mononucleosis.[] The tongue may be bright red with a white coating (strawberry tongue). 4 Other Bacterial Causes of Pharyngitis Gonococcal pharyngitis occurs in sexually active patients 18[]

  • Kawasaki Disease

    Typical signs include fever, polymorphic rash, injected eyes, and mucosal erythema with strawberry tongue.[] mononucleosis • Streptococcal infection • Toxoplasmosis • Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis • Systemic lupus erythematosis • Behcet syndrome • Acrodynia (mercury poisoning) •[] Symptoms High-grade fever, strawberry tongue, anterior uveitis, tachycardia, irritability. Mortality Rate 1 % without treatment, less than 0.01 % with treatment.[]

  • Group A Beta-hemolytic Streptococcal Pharyngitis

    Pus on the tonsils was less common and strawberry tongue more common in patients with eruptions than in those without.[] "Epstein-Barr virus infectious mononucleosis" . Am Fam Physician . 70 (7): 1279–87. PMID 15508538 . Archived from the original on 2008-07-24.[] The rash may feel like sandpaper when touched a bright red tongue (known as ‘strawberry tongue’) paleness around the mouth.[]

  • Toxic Shock Syndrome

    Redness of the eyes, the lips, and the tongue [strawberry tongue] may also occur. The rash also can occur on the palms and soles of the feet .)[] Infectious mononucleosis . Infective endocarditis . Kawasaki disease . Viral infection and exanthem. Leptospirosis . Typhus/ other rickettsial infections.[] Toxic Shock Syndrome Pictures Toxic shock syndrome commonly causes a red strawberry tongue. Click to view larger image.[]

  • Tonsillitis

    The strawberry tongue appears approximately 4 days after the illness has started. The tongue is red with swollen spots and looks like the surface of a strawberry.[] The role of the base of tongue region in the pathophysiology of infectious mononucleosis is discussed.[] The raspberry or strawberry tongue that results is characteristic of scarlet fever after the initial white coating of the tongue has been removed.[]

  • Scarlet Fever

    strawberry tongue).[] Infectious mononucleosis , or "mono," also presents with a fever, rash, and a sore throat.[] mononucleosis Toxic shock syndrome Kawasaki disease Erythema multiforme Exfoliative dermatitis Pityriasis rosea Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome Toxic epidermal necrolysis[]

  • Exanthema Subitum

    By day 4 or 5, the white membrane sloughs off, revealing a shiny red tongue with swollen papillae (red strawberry tongue). return to top Rubella: The rash begins as discrete[] mononucleosis, hepatitis, cytomegalovirus infection, and upper respiratory tract infection, as reviewed by McClure in the January 1975 issue of Pediatrics (page 68).[] During the first days of infection, the tongue is coated heavily with a white membrane through which swollen, red papillae protrude (classic appearance of white strawberry[]

  • Glossitis

    White strawberry tongue is seen in early scarlet fever (a systemic infection of group A β- hemolytic streptococci ), [24] and red strawberry tongue occurs later, after 4–5[] mononucleosis and atypical pneumonia • HIV • Malaria and leprosy • Relapsing fever and typhus fever • Infectious mononucleosis FTA-ABS test Further Reading Description Specific[] White strawberry tongue is where there is a white coating on the tongue through which the hyperplastic fungiform papillae protrude.[]

  • Tongue Disease

    Strawberry tongue might also be sign of Kawasaki disease, which affects lymph nodes.[] mononucleosis Aphthous stomatitis, haemorrhage, ulcerative tonsillitis Diphtheria Pseudomembranous stomatitis Syphilis see Interstitial glossitis (luetic glossitis) Precancerous[] Mononucleosis (mono) is probably one of the most well-known infectious diseases among adolescents.[]

  • Viral Exanthem

    tongue -Diffuse sandpaper-like rash (skin folds, antecubital fossa) -- desquamation -------------------------------------- Antibiotics Erythema Infectiosum -caused by?[] In all cases – particularly with infectious mononucleosis – patients should be advised to avoid strenuous activities and to rest as much as possible.[] He was seen again in a tertiary hospital and he was found to have high fever of 39.7 C, strawberry tongue, fissured red lips, and maculopapular...[]

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