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Fifth Disease season means red rash, no cause for alarm


Kansas City Star - May 31, 2017
It's spring, which means it's time for Fifth Disease, a viral illness common in children that's usually fairly benign. Natasha Burgert, a pediatrician at Pediatric Associates in Kansas City, said parents need not bring their kids in if they have a red ...
 

What is fifth disease and how is it treated?


Omaha World-Herald - Nov 23, 2016
Fifth disease (erythema infectiosum) is a mild viral infection that is most common in children ages 5 to 15. It is sometimes referred to as “slapped cheek syndrome” because of the telltale rash it causes on the infected child's face.
 

“I couldn't even close my fist,” Metro mom, daughters battle contagious Fifth Disease


kfor.com - Apr 19, 2017
"I couldn't even close my fist. I couldn't make a fist because my fingers were so swollen, along with my wrist, my knees and ankles. So painful,” Heather said. Heather came down with Fifth Disease, a contagious virus. "It started with the joint ...
 

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District 203 is taking no chances after two of their students were recently diagnosed with fifth disease. The first case appeared weeks ago at Elmwood School, ...
 

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Fifth Disease - Akron Children's Hospital video


Known for the “slapped cheek” appearance of a red rash, fifth disease is a relatively benign, yet common, disease affecting children. In this Children's Channel ...
 

Fifth Disease or Erythema Infectiosum


The rash of a patient with presumed erythema infectiosum or Fifth Disease is shown in this video.
 

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