alexa Seriousness of Dengue fever

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Seriousness of Dengue fever

The clinical options of DF often depend on the age of the patient. Infants and young children might have an uniform feverish illness, typically with a maculopapular rash. Older children and adults might have either a light feverish syndrome or the classic disabling illness with high fever of abrupt onset, generally with a pair of peaks (saddle-backed), severe headache, pain behind the eyes, muscle and bone or joint pains, nausea and puking, and rash. Skin haemorrhages (petechiae) aren't uncommon. Leucopenia is sometimes seen and blood disorder could also be ascertained. Recovery could also be related to pro-longed fatigue and depression, particularly in adults

 
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