Boston Exanthem Disease is an extremely rare skin infection that was first recorded in the city of Boston in the US. It first occurred as an epidemic outbreak in 1951 in Boston, affecting children, and then in 1954, in Pittsburgh. The condition is marked by the presence of red-pink skin lesions on the body. The lesions can even occur inside the mouth. Children, including infants and newborn babies, are affected much more than adults.

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