Jai Prakash Soni1, Mohan Makwana2, Kapil Jetha3, Anoop Mantri4
The aetiology of Kawasaki disease is still unknown and no single pathognomonic clinical or laboratory finding for the diagnosis has been identified. However, paediatricians sometimes encounter febrile children who do not fulfil all the diagnostic criteria prepared by the Japanese Kawasaki Disease Research Committee 2 or the American Heart Association (AHA), but have several findings compatible with those of Kawasaki disease. In this situation, the diagnosis of incomplete or atypical Kawasaki disease is made.
Atypical Kawasaki Disease, Dilatation of Ascending Aorta, Peripheral Gangrene, IV IgG.