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Br J Dermatol . Cutaneous manifestations of PIMS-TS: a single centre experience

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  • Br J Dermatol . Cutaneous manifestations of PIMS-TS: a single centre experience


    Br J Dermatol


    . 2021 Nov 29.
    doi: 10.1111/bjd.20907. Online ahead of print.
    Cutaneous manifestations of PIMS-TS: a single centre experience


    K Dear 1 , C Psomadakis 1 , S Dost 1 , N Lalagianni 1 , J Oldham 1 , A Hew 1 , J Kenny 2 , S Riphagen 2 , D Greenblatt 1 , C Flohr 1 , W Abdelrahman 1



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    Abstract

    Paediatric inflammatory multisystem syndrome associated with severe acute respiratory syndrome-coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection (PIMS-TS) is defined as 'a child presenting with persistent fever, inflammation and evidence of single or multi-organ dysfunction with additional features which include a rash'.1 The World Health Organisation's (WHO) definition further includes a 'rash or bilateral non-purulent conjunctivitis or muco-cutaneous inflammation signs'.2 Previously reported mucocutaneous manifestations (MCM) in PIMS-TS have been vague. This study aimed to delineate the MCM of children presenting with PIMS-TS in more detail.


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