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1,969 Possible Causes for Complete Blood Count Abnormal, Gonococcal Pharyngitis, Limping Gait

  • Pyogenic Arthritis of the Sacroiliac Joint

    Cultures for gonococcal infection. Rectal, cervical, urethral and pharyngeal swabs should be taken if this condition is suspected.[patient.info] If gonococcal septic arthritis is suspected pharyngeal, rectal, cervical, or urethral specimens should be obtained and swabbed on Thayer-Martin plates.[atsu.edu] Genital, anal and pharyngeal cultures are needed to rule out gonococcal arthritis in patients in whom that differential diagnosis is being considered.[rheumatologyadvisor.com]

  • Septic Arthritis

    Cultures for gonococcal infection. Rectal, cervical, urethral and pharyngeal swabs should be taken if this condition is suspected.[patient.info] Genital, anal and pharyngeal cultures are needed to rule out gonococcal arthritis in patients in whom that differential diagnosis is being considered.[rheumatologyadvisor.com] If gonococcal septic arthritis is suspected pharyngeal, rectal, cervical, or urethral specimens should be obtained and swabbed on Thayer-Martin plates.[atsu.edu]

  • Osteomyelitis

    Changes in gait (walking pattern that is a painful, yielding a limp) or unwillingness to bear weight in children.[my.clevelandclinic.org]

    Missing: Gonococcal Pharyngitis
  • Osteosarcoma

    Primary cutaneous osteosarcoma is an exceedingly rare malignant mesenchymal neoplasm of the skin which produces bone, osteoid, or chondroid material and does not involve the underlying bone. The most common site for extraskeletal osteosarcoma is in the deep soft tissues of the thigh, upper extremities, and[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Gonococcal Pharyngitis
  • Reiter's Syndrome

    Reiter's syndrome is a chronic rheumatic disease that develops after infective urethritis or gastroenteritis and has a strong association with the HLA-B27 antigen. How these factors interact remains unclear. We present a patient with Reiter's syndrome who exhibited 2 novel features: unusually severe urethritis[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Gonococcal Pharyngitis
  • Psoas Abscess

    Two years later, she presented with fever, limping gait, and right flank pain.[omicsonline.org] Initial symptoms include low back pain, difficulty standing, limping gait, and fever.[healio.com] Two years later, she presented with fever, limping gait, and right flank pain for 3 days.[omicsonline.org]

    Missing: Gonococcal Pharyngitis
  • Cytomegalovirus Mononucleosis

    Other tests your doctor might order include a complete blood count (CBC) to see if your blood platelet count is lower than normal and if lymphocytes are abnormal, and a chemistry[encyclopedia.com]

    Missing: Limping Gait
  • Gonorrhea

    In people who practice oral sex, it may infect the throat, causing gonococcal pharyngitis. To continue reading this article, you must login.[health.harvard.edu] In people who practice oral sex, it may infect the throat, causing gonococcal pharyngitis.[drugs.com] Gonorrhea also can cause gonococcal proctitis (inflammation of the anus and rectum).[health.harvard.edu]

    Missing: Limping Gait
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    Urethral testing alone missed 84% of chlamydial and gonococcal infections compared with 9.8% missed by rectal and pharyngeal testing in another study ( 47 ).[doi.org] J Clin Microbiol 2011 49 4304 6 ,, ,, ,. et al Prevalence of rectal, urethral, and pharyngeal chlamydia and gonorrhea detected in 2 clinical settings among men who have sex[doi.org] Sex Transm Dis 2008 35 637 42 ,, ,, ,. et al Differing Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacterial loads in the pharynx and rectum in men who have sex with men: implications for gonococcal[doi.org]

    Missing: Limping Gait
  • Subcutaneous Abscess

    Acute gonococcal flexor tenosynovitis in an adolescent male with pharyngitis. A case report and literature review. Clin Orthop. 1992;281:212–5. 7.[aafp.org] Acute gonococcal flexor tenosynovitis. Orthopedics. 1997;20:649–50. 6. Schaefer RA, Enzenauer RJ, Pruitt A, Corpe RS.[aafp.org]

    Missing: Limping Gait