hand, foot and mouth disease


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hand, foot and mouth disease; orf highly contagious viral skin condition, characterized by erythematous, vesicular eruptions of fingers, toes, palms and soles, with associated fever, and painful ulcers of tongue and mucous membranes
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The report reviews key players involved Hand, Foot And Mouth Disease therapeutics and enlists all their major and minor projects
While there is no cure for hand, foot and mouth disease, it will usually clear up on its own without treatment within around seven days.
7) Severe outbreaks have been reported to occur more often in Western Pacific countries (5) Hand, foot and mouth disease has become an increasing public health concern in Asia due to deaths frequently associated with cases caused by enterovirus 71.
It ordered health authorities across the country to step up monitoring for cases of hand, foot and mouth disease, requiring all cases to be reported within 24 hours.
The two infections are completely unrelated, and you cannot contract hand, foot and mouth disease from animals.
A vaccine designed to protect children from hand, foot and mouth disease has completed Phase 1 clinical testing.
The report reviews key players involved in the therapeutics development for Hand, Foot And Mouth Disease and enlists all their major and minor projects
Epidemiology and control of hand, foot and mouth disease in Singapore, 2001-2007.
Hanoi, Jumada I 14, 1433, Apr 6, 2012, SPA -- An infant has died from hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) in Vietnam, bringing the country's death toll from the virus to 17 this year, dpa quoted an official as saying on Friday.
The pupils, from Moor Green Primary School in Moseley, are currently off school after contracting hand, foot and mouth disease.
Nearly 500 kindergartens were ordered closed Friday in Malaysia's Sarawak state in Borneo following widespread cases of hand, foot and mouth disease among the children there.