|A.||On the edges of the lips|
On the hard palate
Near Stensen duct
Below the tongue
Ans:C, Near Stensen duct
Koplik spots are a prodrome of measles and seen on the first day of the rash.
Koplik spots are layers of white lesions near the buccal mucosa near each Stensen duct.
After the prodrome, Koplik spots usually will appear on the buccal mucosa opposite the second molars.
Generally, Koplik spots are first seen within 24 to 48 hours before the appearance of the rash.
They last for 24 to 48 hours after the rash has appeared.
The rash in measles usually starts in the head and neck area.
This is a classic presentation of measles but not seen in all children.