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All of the 23 (100.0%) patients had fever with the median fever duration of 8 days; 21 (91.3%) had cough; 18 (78.3%) had rash; 14 (60.9%) had conjunctivitis; 13 (56.5%) had Koplik's spot; and 5 (21.7%) had hoarseness.
Symptoms may include: bloodshot eyes, cough, fever, rash photophobia, muscle pain, conjunctivitis, runny nose, sore throat, tiny white spots inside the mouth (Koplik's spots).
Koplik's spots are blue to white ulcerated lesions on the buccal mucosa, typically opposite the first and second molars, although they can occur anywhere in the mouth.
Symptoms usually develop 7-14 days (average 10-12) after exposure to an infected person and the initial symptoms usually include a high fever > 40 [degrees]C, Koplik's spots on the body, malaise, loss of appetite, hacking cough, runny nose and red eyes.
Which disease can be diagnosed by the appearance of Koplik's spots? 4.