The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides a three-minute video showing three children with measles, as well as a five-minute video describing the clinical features of the disease. Both videos are designed for health care professionals, according to the CDC.
Health care professionals should consider whether measles is present whenever a patient presents with the characteristic rash and a fever, as the CDC explains. Measles must be confirmed by testing serum samples and throat swabs, and urine tests may also show the presence of the virus. Health care professionals must report any confirmed case of measles to the local health department within 24 hours of its discovery.