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

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