Wissler's syndrome


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Wiss·ler's syndrome

(wĭs′lərz, vĭs′-)
n.
A condition occurring in children and adolescents, characterized by high intermittent fever, irregularly recurring macular and maculo-papular eruption, leukocytosis, joint pain, and occasionally eosinophilia and raised red blood cell sedimentation rate.
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