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  • fever
  • It may be misdiagnosed as scarlet fever, the Stevens-Johnson syndrome, or infantile periarteritis nodosa. (aappublications.org)
  • The physician will first consider the possible involvement of other diseases that cause fever and skin rashes , including scarlet fever , measles , Rocky Mountain spotted fever , toxoplasmosis (a disease carried by cats), juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, and a blistering and inflammation of the skin caused by reactions to certain medications (Stevens-Johnson syndrome). (encyclopedia.com)