First presented at the 2019 OPSO Primary Care Conference on September 29, 2019. Mark Baldwin, DO reviews several cases showing that things are not always as they seem. This comprehensive review covers a variety of medical topics areas including hematological, vascular manifestations, musculoskeletal, psychiatric, pulmonary, cardiac, gastrointestinal/hepatic, and renal.
- Understand the systematic approach to evaluation a patient with an atypical fever
- Understand the need for a differential diagnosis
- Understand the need for an encompassing secondary differential diagnois as the clinical picture changes
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