Fever is a cardinal features of illness. It represents the chief complaint in nearly 30% of visits to those who provide health care for children. Fever in children can be categorized as,
a) fever of short duration with localizing signs, for which diagnosis can be established by clinical history and physical examination,
b) fever without localizing signs, for which a history and physical examination do not suggest a diagnosis but laboratory tests may establish an etiology
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