Coxsackievirus A and B (Enterovirus).
Coxsackievirus (obligate intracellular), belongs to Picornaviridae/ enterovirus family, is a single-stranded RNA virus divided into group A and group B.
Fecal-oral contamination, droplets, body fluids, utensils, toys, diaper-changing table.
Herpangina, AHC (acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis, HFM (hand-foot-and-mouth disease);
Myocarditis, pericarditis, pleurodynia, hepatitis;
Coxsackievirus A and B:
Fever, rashes, sore throat, diahorrea, cough, fatigue, conjunctivitis, loss of appetite, headache, night sweats, aseptic meningitis.
pericarditis progressing to heart failure, conjunctivitis, respiratory disease
pericarditis progressing to heart failure, pleurodynia for one week (acute chest or abdominal pain with fever and headache, myalgia, joint pain), viral meningits, Insulin-dependent diabetes (IDDM)