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Masern (Morbilli)

  • Eduard Glanzmann
Part of the Handbuch der Inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 1 / 0)

Zusammenfassung

Die Masern sind eine akute, sehr kontagiöse Viruskrankheit, welche mit Fieber, Schnupfen, Conjunctivitis, Photophobie und Husten beginnt, auf der Wangeschleimhaut pathognomonische weiβe Flecken (Kopliks) zeight, worauft dann meist unter starkem Fieberanstieg ein charakteristischer roter, makulopapulö Ausschlag erscheint, der schlieβlich die ganze Körperoberfläche überzieth.

Synonyma

Französisch: rougeole englisch: Measles italienisch: rosolia spanisch: Sarampion 

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