The correct answer is D. Kawasaki disease.
The pictured oral finding is that of “strawberry” tongue. This patient fulfills the clinical criteria for Kawasaki disease with fever for 5 days, bilateral bulbar conjunctival injection without exudate, strawberry tongue, edema of feet, and polymorphous exanthem.
The remaining answer choices may also present with a strawberry tongue, but the clinical description best describes Kawasaki disease.
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