Fist Disease?

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Fifth disease, which could easily be misheard as 'fist disease' by those who are unfamiliar with this condition, is a viral skin ailment more commonly seen in children. Fifth disease got its interesting numerical name because of its historical position as one of five common childhood diseases characterized by a rash. Also called erythema infectiosum, symptoms of fifth disease include fever, headache, runny nose, and a recognizable red rash on the face that is sometimes called 'slapped cheek.'
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Fifth disease is a mild illness caused by a virus, human parvovirus B19. Fifth disease causes a
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Greetings Kelly, Fifth disease is caused by parvovirus B19, it's a virus and behaves similar to a cold. It spreads easily from one person to another in body fluids from sneezing,
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