RECURRENT FEVERS IN TWO TEENAGERS
Ruchika Sharma*, Nasreen Bhumbra**, Deepa Mukundan**
*Department of Pediatrics, **Division of Infectious Diseases, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH
Abstract

Fever in children is a common occurrence and is usually due to a self-limiting viral infection. However, recurrent fevers with a repetitive pattern also referred to as Periodic Fevers are usually of greater concern and require investigation to ensure appropriate diagnosis and management. We are reporting 2 cases of cyclical fevers to illustrate the need to evaluate the child with periodic fevers.
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