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Dengue convalescent rash in adult Indonesian patients

Dengue hemorrhagic fever is still a serious problem in Indonesia. Among Indonesian patients, the occurrence of convalescent rash was very rare reported. Convalescent rash appeared as a confluent pruritic, petechial with multiple small round islands of unaffected skin. This finding is more often reported among children. This rash may appear between 3 and 6 days after onset of fever. There is no specific treatment or risk for having this rash. On all of these patients the administration of antihistamine was introduce due to serious itchy complaints.

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