Kawasaki syndrome also known as kawasaki disease Japanese pediatrician Dr. It was described by Tomisaku Kawasaki in 1967. It is a pediatric disease manifested by fever, rash, and redness in the mouth, tongue and eyes, especially in children under five years of age. It is an important condition that can cause long-term cardiac complications if left untreated, and when treated, it does not cause any permanent damage in many children. It is not known exactly…"What is Kawasaki disease, what are its symptoms? Does Kawasaki have a connection with the corona virus? – Health News"