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Roseola-Rash-Fever Urgent Care Pediatrics-Dr. Phillips-32819

We have seen a 9 month old patient in our urgent care center in Dr. Phillips  area in Orlando with rash for 24 hours. The patient is feeling fine and is not itching. Mother was concerned about strep causing the … Continue reading

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