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In the light of the current outbreak of scarlet fever, which has seen the number of cases double in the first three months of the year compared with the same period in 2017, this is a timely reminder of the presentation and prognosis of the infection, including mechanisms of transmission, when to take a throat swab and culture, differential diagnosis and complications.
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Dr Nigel Stollery, GP, Leicestershire, Clinical assistant in dermatology at Leicester Royal Infirmary
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Infectious diseases in children: Scarlet fever Dr Mary Lowth