Infectious Diseases

Case Reports

One lab finding, 2 vastly different causes

While both of these patients had eosinophilia, their diagnoses ended up being quite different. What is the best approach to the diagnosis and...

MD IQ

Case Reports

Tonsillectomy for this 35-year-old patient?

► Is tonsillectomy an appropriate treatment modality for this adult patient’s refractory group A ß-hemolytic streptococcal pharyngitis, in light...

Applied Evidence

Beyond the bull's eye: Recognizing Lyme disease

A rash occurs in 80% of Lyme disease cases, but only about a third of the rashes develop into a classic bull's-eye lesion. Here’s what to look for...

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