|Rubella (German measles) enanthema|
|Specialty||Infectious diseases, dermatology|
Enanthem or enanthema is a rash (small spots) on the mucous membranes. It is characteristic of patients with viral infections causing hand foot and mouth disease, measles, and sometimes chicken pox, or COVID-19. In addition, bacterial infections such as Scarlet fever may also be a cause of enanthema. The aforementioned diseases usually present with exanthema and enanthema.
- "enanthema" at Dorland's Medical Dictionary
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- Chris Smith (18 July 2020) Doctors discovered a new coronavirus symptom that patients didn’t even know they had
- Lanzafame M, Trevenzoli M, Lattuada E, Faggian F, Vento S, Concia E (March 2003). "Enanthema as the first clinical manifestation of abacavir hypersensitivity reaction: a case report". Infez Med. 11 (1): 40–1. PMID 12719670.