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TJFMPC. 2016; 10(1): 49-51


Hand-foot-mouth disease in 14 years-old: A Case Report

Beytullah İsmet Demirhan, Zafer Erdin Demirbaş, Tarık Sarı, Adem Toprak, Murat Navruz.

Abstract
Hand, foot and mouth disease is a common viral infection in infants and children. Usually these patients refer to primary health care. It often is seen in summers and between 2-10 years of age. The case that is presented here was 14-years-old, and the disease was seen in November. We aimed to present this case to attract attention of primary care physicians that this disease can be seen out of the usual age group and also out of the usual season.

Key words: febrile illnesses in children, enterovirus, coxsackievirus, hand-foot-mouth disease



Ondört Yaşında El-Ayak-Ağız Hastalığı: Bir Olgu Sunumu

Özet
El, ayak ve ağız hastalığı infant ve çocuklarda sık görülen bir viral enfeksiyondur. Bu hastalar sıklıkla birinci basamak sağlık kurumlarına başvururlar. Hastalık sıklıkla yaz aylarında ve 2-10 yaş arasında görülmektedir. Burada sunulan olgu 14 yaşında olup, hastalık kasım ayında görülmüştür. Bu hastalığın alışıldık yaş grubunun ve mevsimin dışında da görülebileceğine birinci basamak hekimlerinin dikkatini çekmek için bu olguyu sunmak istedik.

Anahtar Kelimeler: çocuklarda ateşli hastalıklar, enterovirus, koksaki virüs, el-ayak-ağız hastalığı



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