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9,925 Possible Causes for Fever, In-Curving Forearms, Warmth of the Vulva

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  • Gout

    Forearms. Elbow or knee. Hands or feet. (Older patients, particularly women, are more likely to have gout in the small joints of the fingers.)[] The elderly patients were more likely to have fever (51.1%) during the attack than the young (20.8%) and middle-aged (30.8%) patients (P 0.001 by χ² test).[] (see also Fever, paratyphoid) 002.9 [ 711.3 ] parvovirus B19 079.83 [ 711.5 ] Pneumococcus 711.0 poliomyelitis (see also Poliomyelitis) 045.9 [ 711.5 ] Pseudomonas 711.0[]

  • Olecranon Bursitis

    It’s situated at the upper end of the ulna (forearm bone). It’s the hard bony part felt at the back of the elbow.[] A 25-year-old male patient was admitted with fever of 20-day duration, right-sided hip pain, and night sweating.[] 36% aseptic), erythema/cellulitis (83% septic, 27% aseptic), warmth (84% septic, 56% aseptic), report of trauma or evidence of a skin lesion (50% septic, 25% aseptic), and fever[]

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis

    Evidently, patients with dengue fever who have prolonged fever (more than 5 days) and acute kidney injury are at high risk for concurrent bacteremia.[] She presented with varicella lesions, fever and a painful firm tumefaction on the right lower leg (RLL).[] A 26-year-old man was admitted to the department of invasive technology with fever and dyspnea.[]

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  • Pyogenic Arthritis

    He was administered amoxicillin and clavulanate for 14 days, and the fever resolved.[] (see also Fever, paratyphoid) 002.9 [ 711.3 ] parvovirus B19 079.83 [ 711.5 ] Pneumococcus 711.0 poliomyelitis (see also Poliomyelitis) 045.9 [ 711.5 ] Pseudomonas 711.0[] Such patients presenting with unexplained fever of more than 1 degrees C(1.8 degrees F) and acute symptoms of joint inflammation should have an arthrocentesis.[]

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  • Puerperal Mastitis

    Fever of 38.5 C or more, flu-like aches, chills and a tender, erythematous and edematous area of the breast is observed in puerperal mastitis.[] Abstract Sporadic puerperal mastitis is an acute cellulitis, characterized by fever and segmental erythema in the breast.[] For the last 4 days I've had a fever with terrible chills. The highest was 101.3. I had a C-section, but my incision looks great and I don't have any pain down there.[]

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  • Phlegmon

    A 9-year-old boy with thigh pain, high fever, hyperleukocytosis and positive blood cultures for Staphylococcus aureus had a left obturator internus phlegmon.[] General symptoms are: pain disruption of organ function Some location-specific symptoms may include: Intestinal tract abdominal pain fever nausea vomiting Appendix pain fever[] Lack of evidence for hip infection or osteomyelitis in a child with thigh pain, high fever and hyperleukocytosis points to a possible infection of pelvic structures.[]

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  • Psoriatic Arthritis

    The yellow fever vaccines on the market are contraindicated for immunocompromised and elderly patients.[] She presented with a 2-mounth history of dry cough, fever and fatigue. There was no evidence of tumor or infectious processes.[] Here we describe a case of visceral leishmaniasis infection in a 65-year old Greek male with psoriatic arthritis treated with methotrexate, who presented with high grade fever[]

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  • Ewing's Sarcoma

    Systemic symptoms like fever, weight loss, or anemia may occur. Fever is related to cytokines produced by the tumor cells.[] A 17-year-old Japanese woman presented with left upper abdominal pain and high fever.[] Slight fever. The tumour is composed of compact, uniform cells with large, round, or ovoid nuclei containing scattered chromatin.[]

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  • Palmar Abscess

    Drain Parona space infections through a straight or curved incision on the palmar forearm.[] Low-grade fever is often present.[] We herein report the case of a 5-year-old male who presented with fever, cervical lymphadenopathy and odynophagia.[]

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  • Common Cold

    But seek medical attention right away if your child has any of the following: Fever of 100.4 F (38 C) in newborns up to 12 weeks Rising fever or fever lasting more than two[] When to see a doctor For adults — seek medical attention if you have: Fever greater than 101.3 F (38.5 C) Fever lasting five days or more or returning after a fever-free period[] Typical signs and symptoms include earaches and, in some cases, a green or yellow discharge from the nose or the return of a fever following a common cold. Asthma.[]

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