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Roseola (cont.)

Exams and Tests

Since the diagnosis of roseola is generally made by the characteristic history and physical examination findings, laboratory studies and/or radiologic evaluation are rarely necessary. In the unusual case, laboratory testing exists to demonstrate elevation of antibodies to HHV-6 (or HHV-7). This may be necessary if the patient's immune system is compromised.

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