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en·an·them

, enanthema (en-an'them, en-an-thē'mă),
A mucous membrane eruption, especially one occurring in connection with one of the exanthemas.
[G. en, in, + anthēma, bloom, eruption, fr. antheō, to bloom]

en·an·them

, enanthema (en-an'them, thĕ-mă)
A mucous membrane eruption, especially one occurring in connection with one of the exanthemas.
Compare: exanthema
[G. en, in, + anthēma, bloom, eruption, fr. antheō, to bloom]

enanthem

, enanthema (en-an'them) (en?a?-the'ma) [Gr. en, in, + anthema, blossoming]
An eruption on a mucous membrane.
See: exanthem; Koplik's spots; rashenanthematous (-them'a-tus), adjective
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In a large series of patients with HFMD in Taiwan in 2010, patients with CVA6 had perioral lesions in addition to an enanthem (3).
He showed no enanthem or lesions with an erythematous base.
Hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) is a common febrile illness of early childhood, characterized by 3-4 days of fever and the development of a vesicular enanthem on the buccal mucosa, gums, and palate and a papulovesicular exanthem on the hands, feet, and buttocks (1).