Rubella is a viral exanthematous infectious disease caused by rubella virus, a single-stranded RNA virus belonging to the Togavirus group. The illness follows a typically benign clinical course with rare complications and is subclinical in a large proportion of cases. Symptomatology is generally mild, characterized by fever, malaise, a maculopapular rash of three to five days’ duration and, possibly, coryza and conjunctivitis. The disease is usually accompanied by lymphadenopathy. Infection confers lifelong immunity.
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The diagnosis of infectious diseases should not be established on the basis of a single test result, but should be determined in conjunction with clinical findings and other diagnostic procedures as well as in association with medical judgement.