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Question :
Posted On : 12 May 2024
5 year old child presented with biphasic fever 3 days apart after the initial phase child developed a non-tender axillary lymph node (anterior) and surrounding swelling involving the entire left ANT chest wall along with periorbital puffiness. She is active and playful. How to approach it?
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Expert Answer :
Rule out infectious mononucleosis, dengue, or other viral fevers.
Answer Discussion :
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taking good history full examination
throt general lymphnode ear abdomin lower limb odema
cbc crp urin routin serum albumin RFT initaily

1 month ago
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Carla Bloedel
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Cat Scratch disease?
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Dr.Aqeel Qaisrani
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short history with lymphatic obstruction could be brucellosis
Hodgkin

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Mesay Lelisa
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cat scratches disease (CsD) is possible other canbe Lymphomas
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PHILIP AKECH
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Hodgkin's Lymphoma .
1 month ago




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