Scarlatina Sine Exanthemate





There are also mild cases of scarlet-fever, when little or no rash

appears, and the throat is very little affected. These are the result of

a particularly mild character of the epidemy, together with a peculiar

condition of the skin, the desquamation of which shows that the poison

went to the surface without producing the usual state of inflammation,

or the rash peculiar to the disease. This form, called _scarlatina sine

exanthemate_, is extremely rare.





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