[Kawasaki disease complicated with hemorrhagic enteritis mimicking intestinal obstruction: report of one case].


A 6-month-old little boy presented with fever and cervical lymphadenopathy for four days. On admission, he was found to have conjunctival congestion of both eyes, reddened and fissured lips, straw-berry tongue, macular rash at the trunk and erythematous change on the BCG injection site. The diagnosis of Kawasaki disease was made and aspirin therapy (100 mg… (More)


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