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|Differential diagnosis||Scarlet fever|
Borsieri’s sign or Borsieri’s line is a dermatological sign that consists of pressure by a sharp object (such as a fingernail) producing a white line on the skin that quickly turns red. It is present in scarlet fever. It was first described by French physician Giovanni Battista Borsieri de Kanifeld.
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- Physical signs in medicine and surgery : an atlas of rare, lost and forgotten physical signs : includes a collection of extraordinary papers in medicine, surgery and the scientific method. White, Fred Ashley. [Ocala, FL]: Museum Press. 2009. ISBN 9781441508287. OCLC 427059573.CS1 maint: others (link)
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