Kawasaki syndrome causes
What causes Kawasaki Syndrome?
The cause is unknown. Probably, there are a number of factors that contribute to disease, but there are indications that there is an infection.
However, they have not been able to detect any virus or microbe.
In the acute phase developed inflammation of the wall of the coronary arteries (coronary vasculitis).
This can lead to a moderate expansion of the coronary artery.
The lesions may persist from a few weeks to over a year after the disease onset.