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  1. Scarlet Fever (Logical Images)  
    ... and a red tongue with red dots (red strawberry tongue) typical of scarlet fever. Overview Scarlet fever is an infection with a type of bacteria called Streptococcus, which not ...
  2. Scarlet Fever (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... typically also have a high fever and a strawberry-like appearance of the tongue. The rash of scarlet fever is usually seen in children under the age ... the tongue. The tongue itself looks like a strawberry because the normal bumps on the tongue look bigger. ... Back to Top How is scarlet fever diagnosed? To diagnose the cause of your child’s ...
  3. ... of the underarm and groin (Pastia's lines) Chills Fever General discomfort (malaise) Headache Muscle aches Sore throat Swollen, red tongue (strawberry tongue) Vomiting
  4. Tongue Disorders (Merck & Co., Inc.)  
    ... pale and smooth. The first sign of scarlet fever may be a change from the tongue's normal color to a strawberry, and then raspberry, color. A strawberry-red tongue ...
  5. Scarlet Fever: A Group A Streptococcal Infection (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... What to Expect Illness usually begins with a fever and sore throat. There also may be chills, vomiting, and abdominal pain. The tongue may have a whitish coating and appear swollen. It may also have a "strawberry"-like (red and bumpy) appearance. The throat and ...
  6. ... may last for up to 2 weeks. The fever often does not come down ... Strawberry tongue, white coating on the tongue, or visible red ...
  7. Kawasaki Disease (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... Red, swollen, and cracked lips and/or a strawberry tongue. Red, inflamed eyes , especially the sclerae (white part). ...