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Roseola (cont.)

Medical Evaluation

If a child has a fever and a rash at the same time, the child should not go to day care/school and should be evaluated by their health-care provider. (Remember: The characteristic pattern for roseola is fever without rash; the fever resolves completely, and then within a short time, a characteristic rash develops.)

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 7/28/2014

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