Tongue lesions due to hand, foot & mouth disease

Tongue lesions due to hand, foot & mouth disease


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Hand, foot & mouth disease. Skin lesions on the tongue and around the mouth of a five year-old boy due to hand, foot and mouth disease (HFM). HFM is a common disease of young children caused by coxsackievirus infection. HFM tends to break out in small epidemics in nursery schools during the summer months. It produces a relatively mild illness, with symptoms of loss of appetite, blistering of the hands, feet and inside of the mouth and a mild fever. No treatment is given, other than mild pain-killing drugs for painful blisters. The illness is not related to foot-and- mouth disease of cattle.

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