Private Practice Infectious Disease

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PPID 2022, 2(3), 8; doi: 10.55636/ppid2030008

Syndromic Differential Diagnosis—Lung–Brain Syndrome

1 Metro Infectious Disease Consultants;
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Received: 12 Dec 2021 / Revised: 1 Jun 2022 / Accepted: 2 Jun 2022 / Published: 30 Jun 2022
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Abstract

The formulation of a rapid differential diagnosis can be aided by categorizing common clinical syndromes. Our review article presents a case of a “lung/brain” syndrome with a review of it’s most common causes. Cogent points for work up and treatment of each diagnosis will be presented as well.
Keywords: fever; lung infection; brain infection; Nocardia; Tuberculosis; Aspergillus; clinical syndrome
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Fliegelman, R.; Hines, D. Syndromic Differential Diagnosis—Lung–Brain Syndrome. private_pract_infectious_disease 2022, 2, 8.
Fliegelman R, Hines D. Syndromic Differential Diagnosis—Lung–Brain Syndrome. Private Practice Infectious Disease. 2022; 2(3):8.
Fliegelman, Robert; Hines, David. 2022. "Syndromic Differential Diagnosis—Lung–Brain Syndrome." private_pract_infectious_disease 2, no. 3: 8.
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