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A patient presents with a cough, fever, rhinorrhea, malaise, with conjunctival suffusion.

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A patient presents with a cough, fever, rhinorrhea, malaise, with conjunctival suffusion. There are small, grayish, irregular lesions surrounded by an erythematous base, on the buccal mucus membrane near the second molar teeth. What is the most likely diagnosis?
A. Measles
B. Rubella
C. Parainfluenza
D. Respiratory syncytial infection

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Correct answer: A. Measles

answered Apr 27, 2017 by MySMLE.com
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