[Limb torsion and developmental regression for one month after hand, foot and mouth disease in an infant].

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A one-year-old girl visited the hospital due to limb torsion and developmental regression for one month after hand, foot and mouth disease. At the age of 11 months, she visited a local hospital due to fever for 5 days and skin rash with frequent convulsions for 2 days and was diagnosed with severe hand, foot and mouth disease, viral encephalitis, and status… (More)

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@article{Feng2016LimbTA, title={[Limb torsion and developmental regression for one month after hand, foot and mouth disease in an infant].}, author={Li-Fang Feng and Xiao-hong Chen and Dong-xiao Li and Yuan Ding and Ying Jin and Jin-qing Song and Y. R. Yang}, journal={Zhongguo dang dai er ke za zhi = Chinese journal of contemporary pediatrics}, year={2016}, volume={18 5}, pages={426-30} }