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Early in the twentieth century, severe scarlatina epidemics were common. Today, the disease is rare

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What causes scarlatina?

Scarlatina is caused by Group A streptococcal bacteria (S. pyogenes )


Can a person be a scarlatina carrier?

Scarlatina is also known as Scarlet Fever. A person can be a scarlatina carrier and because they may not have any symptoms, they wouldn't even know that they are a carrier.


What happens when a patient has had scarlatina?

Once a patient has had scarlatina, they develop immunity and cannot develop it again


What is scarlatina also called?

Scarlet fever


Scientific name of scarlet fever?

scarlatina


How is scarlatina diagnosed?

The chief diagnostic signs of scarlatina are the characteristic rash, which spares the palms and soles of the feet, and the presence of a strawberry tongue in children


What has the author D Astley Gresswell written?

D. Astley Gresswell has written: 'A contribution to the natural history of scarlatina' -- subject(s): Scarlatina


Other names for the scarlet fever?

Scarlatina or scarlatum


Is fever a symptom or a disease?

A common fever is considered a symptom.However, there are diseases such as scarlet fever (scarlatina) and black fever (leishmaniasis) that have the word "fever" in their names.


Is a fever a disease or a symptom?

A common fever is considered a symptom.However, there are diseases such as scarlet fever (scarlatina) and black fever (leishmaniasis) that have the word "fever" in their names.


What is the prognosis of scarlatina?

If treated promptly with antibiotics, full recovery is expected


What has the author Dan Astley Gresswell written?

Dan Astley Gresswell has written: 'A contribution to the natural history of scarlatina derived from observations on the London epidemic of 1887-1888 ..' -- subject(s): Scarlatina

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