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Measles – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology



What is measles? Measles is an extremely contagious infectious disease that’s caused by the measles virus. This video covers the pathophysiology of measles, important clinical signs and symptoms, as well as treatment and prevention.

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44 Responses

  1. joan baczek

    I had mmr vaccine 2 times as a kid and twice in my adult life when it was discovered I had not titer for mmr ( right after I gave birth, and 6 years later when I wanted to attend dental school)all 4 times I got very sick everytime with horrible abdominal pain like I was being turned inside out and vomiting and every time I was left with no immunity. No one has ever explained why?!?!? Even a month after my last mmr I had no titer for mmr.

  2. Collin Huey

    i caught the measles and small pox as a child. As a teacher it does exist so be careful. follow the mask and cleaning

  3. Sumandeep Kaur

    Can you please help me i have to make assignment on this can you please make for me please its urgent .

  4. SAMI Abi Farraj

    ssRNA of Measles is initially positive and it do not need to be converted to be transcripted . Can u guys please check this information Osmosis

  5. Kyle Moon

    Thanks for the video because today I just found out I possibly might have the measles and I have been vaccinated when I was a kid waiting on blood test and or rash I already have the white pustules in my mouth which is leading the doctor to think it is it

  6. Sam MD

    I have also made a video on Measles. It describes about epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical features, diagnosis, treatment and complications of Measles. Do check it out if you want to supplement the information of the disease.

  7. N S

    I am quite impressed how balanced the information in this video is, it does not lean towards one line of thought, thanks.

  8. vix

    If you have measles, it is easy to deal with it.go to a doctor near you and you can ask the doctors for a measles injection.once your injected, the measles should go away like in 2 or 3 days.

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