• 1 Department of Medicine, Melaka Manipal Medical College, Malaysia
  • 2 Kasturba Medical College, 576119 Manipal, India
Med J Malaysia, 2006 Jun;61(2):242-4.
PMID: 16898322 MyJurnal


A 55 year old female presented with fever, skin rash and subconjunctival hemorrhage. She also developed hepatitis. Fever and skin rash lasted for more than three weeks. This patient was diagnosed to have rubella, highlighting the fact that rubella can present with atypical features like prolonged fever and rash, subconjunctival hemorrhage and hepatitis, especially in adults.

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