Kawasaki Disease, Oxygen Radicals and High Dose Gammaglobulin Therapy
Kawasaki disease is an acute febrile disease with severe inflammatory reactions. The disease, which occures predominantly in infants and young children, was first described in 1967 in Japan and subsequently reported worldwide. Despite its relatively frequent occurrence and more than a decade of research, the etiology of Kawasaki disease is currently unknown.1
KeywordsKawasaki Disease Kawasaki Disease Patient Lymph Node Syndrome Severe Inflammatory Reaction Solid Column
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