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Foot-hand-mouth syndrome

Foot-hand-mouth syndrome


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Small vesicles similar to mouth ulcers located in the mouth but also under the soles of the feet and hands.
This syndrome is due to a virus, coxsackie, and affects many small, especially those kept in community.
It is not serious, lasts about a week and requires no treatment, except in case of fever.

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