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89 Possible Causes for Koplik Spot

  • Measles

    Especially the exact onset of the Koplik spots should be further explored in detail.[] (Koplik's spots) on the tongue.[] There are small, red, irregular spots called Koplik's spots that develop on the inside of the cheeks, near the molars. Each spot will have a whitish or bluish centre.[]

  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

    Measles typically occurs in the winter to spring and has associated symptoms of cough, coryza, conjunctivitis, and Koplik spots.[]

  • Exanthema Subitum

    Koplik's spots (blue-white spots with a red halo) appear on the buccal mucous membrane opposite the premolar teeth 24 to 48 hours before the exanthem and remain for 2 to 4[]

  • Measles Pneumonia

    The atypical nature of the rash and the absence of Koplik's spots indicated a high risk of progression to fatal giant cell pneumonia.[] These cells are found in "Koplik’s spots", lymphnodes Image Link1 ; Image link2 and other reticulo-endothelial organs.[] They’re called Koplik’s spots, named for pediatrician Henry Koplik who first described the early symptoms of measles in 1896.[]

  • Hereditary Koilonychia

    spots Korean haemorrhagic fever see Korean hemorrhagic fever virus Korean hemorrhagic fever virus Korsakoff syndrome see Thiamine (Vitamin B1) deficiency Korsakov syndrome[] Kohlschutter-Tonz syndrome see Kohlschutter syndrome Koilonychia Kojic acid Kok disease see Hyperexplexia Konzo Koolen-de Vries syndrome see Chromosome 17q21.31 deletion syndrome Koplik[]

  • CAMFAK Syndrome

    Koplik’s spot (-). The rash sparse and discrete. 14 14 15 15 Diagnosis : 1. Confirmatory clinical factors 2.[] Koplik’s spot : foci of syncytial epithelial giants cells with pale-staining cytoplasm, intercellular and intracellular edema, and parakeratosis and dyskeratosis.[] Koplik’s spot appear on the buccal mucous membranes opposite the molars (2 days before the development of the rash) 7 7 Fever : a stepwise increase until the fifth or sixth[]

  • Severe Idiopathic Pneumococcemia

    spots develop on the buccal mucosa, appearing as white spots on an erythematous base. - W/i a couple of days after the Koplik spots appear, an exanthem develops which consists[] […] incubation period lasts for 7-14 days - Then prodrome of high fevers, often 104 F, with the classic triad of cough, coryza, and conjunctivitis - A couple of days later, Koplik[]

  • Gingivostomatitis

    On the 8th day of illness, stomatitis, Koplik’s spots (white arrow head), and gingivitis were present. Figure 1.[] On the 8th day of illness, stomatitis, Koplik’s spots (white arrow head), and gingivitis were present. Figure 2.[] ’s spots.[]

  • Ondine Syndrome

    -Pathognomonic signs allowing an occasional early diagnosis: For example, Koplik spots in a febrile child are found only with measles.[]

  • Rickettsialpox

    Observation of Koplik's spots is also a characteristic finding in measles.[] Measles Commonly presents with high fever , coryza and conjunctivitis , with observation of oral mucosal lesions ( Koplik's spots ), followed by widespread skin rash .[]

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