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Kawasaki Syndrome, or Kawasaki Disease, is a serious though rare condition that occurs most frequently in children under the age of four who develop sudden fevers lasting more than four days, with a rash and other symptoms that may cause serious damage to a child's arteries and heart if misdiagnosed and untreated.
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