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Table 1 Classical clinical features of kawasaki’s disease [3]

From: Hepatic predominant presentation of Kawasaki disease in adolescence case report and review of literature

A fever lasting ≥5 days with no other clear cause, combined with four or more of the following:
1. Oral mucosal changes such as injected / fissured lips, pharyngeal injection or strawberry tongue
2. Bilateral conjunctival injection, without exudate
3. Polymorphous Rash – Maculopapular, Diffuse Erythroderma, Erythema Multiforme-like
4. Peripheral changes including erythema or oedema of the palms/soles (in the acute phase), Periungual desquamation (in the subacute phase)
5. Cervical lymphadenopathy