Rubeola (measles) is an infection caused by a virus that grows in the cells lining the throat and lungs. Rubeola has a distinct rash that helps aid in the diagnosis. Measles is spread from one child to another through direct contact with discharge from the nose and throat. Sometimes, it is spread through airborne droplets from an infected child. This is a very contagious disease that usually consists of a fever, and cough, followed by a generalized rash.
Related Journals of Rubeola
Journal of Trauma & Acute Care,Vitiligo & Dermatomyositis,Health Systems and Policy Research,Journal of Cosmetic Science, Skinmed,Australasian Journal of Dermatology.