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19 Jul 2006

skin rash
can you still get the skin rash that resembles measles, without getting measles as an adult? i have been vaccinated, but i had an unexplained rash last week that i still have no answer to.
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skindoc

01 Jan 0001

Rashes resembling may be cause by many other viruses and many different forms of medication. Persons who were immunized against measles may still develop atypical measles. Measles is actually quite uncommon in adults. Measles is diagnosed when a constellation of signs are present.
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