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Roseola is a skin rash in the form of pinkish round or oval spots typically accompanied by a high fever. It is caused by a virus and primarily affects young children.



Roseola, also called exanthem subitum, is a viral infection that causes skin eruptions. It usually occurs in the spring or fall and mostly in infants and toddlers, from 6 months to 2 years of age.
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