Testing & Diagnosis for Measles (rubeola) in Children

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How is measles diagnosed?
Measles is usually diagnosed based on a complete medical history and physical exam of your child. The rash measles causes is unique, and usually allows for an accurate diagnosis.

In addition, your child's doctor may order blood or urine tests to confirm the diagnosis.

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