Myalgia epidemic

Myalgia epidemic (synonym: bornholmsgat disease, epidemic pleurodynia) - an acute infectious disease that primarily affects the muscular system, accompanied spasticskie pains in the abdomen, fever.
The causative agent of epidemic myalgia - enterovirus group Coxsackie found in Kale and flush with the mucous membrane of the pharynx patients. The reservoir of infection is a sick person and a healthy carrier. Infection occurs alimentary and respiratory ways. Meet sporadic cases and epidemic outbreaks. After the disease remains immunity.
The incubation period is 2 to 10 days.
The main symptom is acute, developing paroxysmal pain in the muscles of the abdomen and the lower half of the thorax on the background of fever.
When palpation of the abdomen is painful, but the signs of peritoneal irritation is not observed. During the attack face hyperemic, sclera injected. Possible gastrointestinal disorders in the form of nausea and vomiting, diarrhea. To confirm the diagnosis spend virological and serological studies. Treatment of symptomatic. The prognosis is favorable.
Prevention: sanitary-hygienic measures is the prevention of pollution by sewage, observance of rules of personal hygiene.
Children in quarantine for 21 days.