MICHAEL D. NICKELL; PRESTON B. CANNADY; GREGORY A. SCHWITZER
Rubeola (measles) is an acute febrile illness predominantly affecting children. Over the past 3 years there has been a marked increase in reported cases of measles in the United States: 24 374 cases in 1975; 39 388 cases in 1976; and 54 596 cases in 1977 (1, 2). Recent data from states that report measles by age reveal a shift to a greater proportion of cases in older age groups (1). Hepatic involvement as a consequence of rubeola has been rarely recognized (3-5).
Thirty-one patients were admitted to the hospital when their rashes became clinically evident. The tentative diagnosis of
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NICKELL MD, CANNADY PB, SCHWITZER GA. Subclinical Hepatitis in Rubeola Infections in Young Adults. Ann Intern Med. 1979;90:354–355. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-90-3-354
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