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[Infectious mononucleosis with skin manifestations of the Gianotti-Crosti acrosyndrome type].

A 6-year-old boy is reported with infectious mononucleosis and a monomorphous papular eruption on the face, buttocks and limbs, as described by Gianotti and Crosti. Three types of juvenile papular acrodermatitis are to be distinguished: Gianotti-Crosti's disease, the papular acrosyndrome of Gianotti-Crosti and the papular acral manifestations caused by various viral infections. But might these eruptions not rather be the cutaneous symptom of a viral affection?

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