A teenager is seen in the clinic due to a mild respiratory infection. The nurse observes Koplik's spots on the oral mucosa. Next, the nurse inspects:


•Koplik's spots are a sign of rubeola (measles). A maculopapular rash will appear on the skin within a few days of fever onset.

•Koplik's spots are often not seen because they may disappear within one day.

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