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Syndrome: painful swallowing in an HIV patient
Alcoholic with apical lower lobe or upper lobe infiltrate –
RSV in the spring
Larvae (NOT EGGS) seen in stool. Corticosteroids would be a bad idea. Name that worm.
What syndrome: facial pain, sinus tenderness, purulent nasal discharge, HA, cough…
phosphorylated by TK, guanosine analog, incoporated into DNA chain , which leads to DNA chain termination
Pneumonia is burn victim
CNS problems with pulm manifestation
intestinal perforation shock, sepsis, gram-negative meningitis hemorrhagic pneumonia eosinophilia often absent
ELISA for galactomannan or beta glucan:
Empyema post surgical –
CMV drug associated w/ electrolyte abnormalities
Before starting a patient from the developing world on steroids, you check the stool for what?
Parvo in hemoglobinopathy (sickle cell; hereditary sphero)
GMS or immunoflourescent stain of sputum obtained by BAL:
Fresh water. Cercariae. Skin penetration. Name that worm.
A 35 y/o avid outdoorsman presents with muscle swelling and splinter hemorrhages in his nailbeds. Name that worm.
Why no corticosteroids for larva currens?
What do hookworms and ascaris and strongyloides have in common
Prophylaxis of RSV
HSV drug assoc w/ TTP/HUS
Funci dx with Complement fixation titer:
3. Sore throat + fever + rash that doesn’t desquamate…
5. Sore throat, really bad breath, +/- swelling in submandibular area…
Pneumonia in neutropenic from chemo, leukemia, GvHD, AIDS with CD
Larva currens
Pruritic serpentine rash
Parvo in Immmunocompromised pt:
Treatment of CMV
4. Winter, 3 m/o w/ respiratory distress? Bronchiolitis.
Pneumonia in CF
Mechanical ventilation in hospital in elderly or alcoholic
Fungal tx; SE of adrenal excess
pyrophosphate analog; doesnt require posphorylation by anything. CMV
gram negative diploccocus in CSF
gram negative diplococcus in the lung
If foscarnet fails, use
Young person infected w/ HBV: likely to be acute or chronic?
41-year old male presents to the ER following a seizure. Physical exam reveals oral thrush and cervical lymphadenopathy. An MRI of his brain shows a single contrast enhancing lesio
Spread by rat excrement:
Treatment of HSV 1 and 2 and VZV

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