Question of the Week

Q. After how long one should repeat a CT scan abdomen in a patient treated for infectious non-tubercular abdominal lymphadenopathy?

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Case 1 An 8-year-old female child presented with fever and lethargy for 8 days, right hypochondriac pain and abdominal distension for 5 days, vomiting for 3 days, oliguria and irrelevant speech for 2 days. There was no hematemesis, jaundice, ...
Can age predict need for liver transplant in children with Hepatitis A virus inf ...
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Diagnostic Dilemma

A 4 months old boy born of third degree consanguineous marriage presented with cough and cold for 7 days and increased rate of breathing for 3 days. There is no fever, refusal of feeds, lethargy. He is on exclusive breast feeds and has been immunized till date. On examination, he has heart rate of 1 ...
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Q. With mucormycosis on the rise in post COVID-19 recovered patients, should these patients be screened for fungal infections at the ..
  • Yes, COVID-19 seems to be affecting the immunity too
  • No, the fungal infection is post COVID-19. One should screen these patients once they do not have active COVID-19
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