-Cervical lymphadenopathy Increased temperature is correct. Kawasaki disease is an acute illness associated with a fever that is unresponsive to antipyretics or antibiotics.Gingival hyperplasia is incorrect. Children who have Kawasaki disease develop a strawberry tongue, cracked lips, and edema of the oral mucosa and pharynx. A child who is receiving phenytoin therapy can develop gingival hyperplasia.Xerophthalmia is correct. Ophthalmic manifestations of Kawasaki disease include reddening of the conjunctiva and dryness of the eyes, or xerophthalmia.Bradycardia is incorrect. Kawasaki disease is an infection that affects the vascular system, including the heart. The nurse should expect the child to be tachycardic with a gallop rhythm. Long-term effects of Kawasaki disease include the development of coronary artery aneurysms or myocardial infarction.Cervical lymphadenopathy is correct. A child who has Kawasaki disease can develop enlarged cervical nodes on one side of the neck that are nontender and greater than 1.5 cm in size.