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1,001 Possible Causes for Fever, Leg Pain, Rheumatic Fever

  • Fabry Disease

    […] in legs Death due to renal, cardiac or cerebrovascular disease at age 40 years Diagnosis Low blood or urine levels of alpha-galactosidase by enzymatic assay (may be normal[] Some patients may have recurrent fevers with no obvious source. Pain usually accompanies the fevers, and an elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate may be present.[] Fabry disease has been mistaken for; Ménière’s disease Crohn’s disease Multiple sclerosis Rheumatic fever Arthritis Raynaud syndrome Irritable bowel syndrome Erythromelalgia[]

  • Bacterial Arthritis

    Infectious arthritis often causes intense pain. Patients are given medications to relieve pain, together with hot compresses or ice packs on the affected joint.[] The clinical presentation is centered around three main complaints - joint pain, swelling, and fever (about 40% of patients have a fever of 39C).[] fever : see separate module Neisseria gonorrhoeae Escherichia coli Other Enterobacteriaceae Pseudomonas aeruginosa Salmonella spp .[]

  • Polyarthritis

    He denied any fevers, rash, weight loss, leg symptoms, neck pain, face swelling, visual changes, or jaw claudication.[] Fever of Unknown Origin with Polyarthritis.[] Fever - Spondylarthritis See also: - Arthritis, Gouty Broader term(s) : - Joint Diseases - Musculoskeletal Diseases Browse - New search Medical image(s) for "Arthritis" click[]

  • Necrotizing Fasciitis

    Over the last two days, she has had progressive leg swelling of her entire right thigh. The pain is now so severe that she is having difficulty walking.[] These are: Fever with shock and light-headedness Fever with a sunburn rash Fever with a cough and difficulty breathing Fever with cellulitis that can progress to necrotizing[] Historically, group A streptococci have been responsible for deadly outbreaks of scarlet fever , rheumatic fever , and toxic shock syndrome .[]

  • Osteomyelitis

    Children may present with poorly localized chest (thoracic vertebra) abdominal or leg pain (lumbar vertebra).[] If there is much swelling, but not much fever, suspect that he may have a sarcoma, which can mimic subacute osteomylitis and may cause fever.[] Septic arthritis and acute rheumatic fever in children: the diagnostic value of serological inflammatory markers. J Pediatr Orthop. 2015; 35(3):318-22.[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    […] around the brain (leading to poor coordination, loss of balance, or a head tilt), the muscles (leading to bleeding and inflammation), the joints (leading to swollen red painful[] Scarlet Fever Scarlet fever – or scarlatina – is a bacterial infection caused by group A Streptococcus or "group A strep."[] fever , Infect Immun , 1982 , vol. 38 (pg. 573 - 9 ) 13 Acute rheumatic fever in Auckland, New Zealand: spectrum of associated group A streptococci different from expected[]

  • Pharyngitis

    Weakness Shortness of breath Joint pain Raised red rash or lumps under the skin Uncontrolled, jerking movements of the arms or legs Call your doctor if your symptoms do not[] Acute rheumatic fever is currently rare in the United States.[] The nonsuppurative complications include acute glomerulonephritis and rheumatic fever.[]

  • Otitis Media

    leg raise).[] In children with fever and vomiting, antibiotics are generally given. Amoxycillin is the antibiotic of choice.[] Similarly, a substantial decline in the major complications of streptococcal infection, rheumatic fever, glomerulonephritis, and scarlet fever has occurred.[]

  • Appendicitis

    […] with the knee flexed rotate the leg internally at the hip increased abdominal pain indicates a positive obturator sign Rovsing's sign pressure over the descending colon causes[] A person may feel shaky with the fever and chills. A fever-reducing medication such as acetaminophen may help reduce the fever.[] The onset of pneumonia, rheumatic fever, or diabetic ketoacidosis can imitate appendicitis.[]

  • Metastatic Calcification

    Attempts to manage her pain continue. An 80-year-old woman presented with left leg pain.[] […] bind Phophate irreversibly Phosphate reacts with calcium and gets precipitated as Calcium Phosphate Sites Involved Tubercular lymphnodes Mitral /Aortic valves in Rheumatic fever[] Four days after the start of treatment, fever up to 38 C, diffuse bone pain, and a trunk skin rash developed.[]

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