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Fungus. Lungs. CNS. HIV. Papilledema. CT scan. Cryptococcal antigen. India Ink stain. Amphotericin B. Fluconazole

Cryptococcus

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Fungus. Bird and Bat droppings. Lung. Hilar/Mediastinal lymphadenopathy. Histoplasma antigen. Itraconazole.

Histoplasmosis

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AIDS.

Pneumocystis

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Strep pharyngitis. 2 weeks post infection. Jones criteria. Penicillin.

Rhuematic Fever

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Descending weakness/paralysis. Canned food. Raw honey in infants. Penicillin. Antitoxin.

Botulism

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Profuse rice watery diarrhea

Cholera

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Profuse rice watery diarrhea

Cholera

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Pharyngitis. Gray membrane. Antitoxin. Penicillin or erythromycin.

Diptheria

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Trismus (lock jaw). Contraction. Spasms. Dirty wound. Immunization

Tetanus

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Trismus (lock jaw). Contraction. Spasms. Dirty wound. Immunization

Tetanus

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Mycoplasma. Night sweats. Productive cough. Hemoptysis. CXR. Acid fast bacilli smear. RIPE. Isoniazid + B6

TB

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Cat feces. Undercooked meat. Pregnancy. Cerebral abscess. Multiple ring enhancing lesions.

Toxoplasmosis

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Cat feces. Undercooked meat. Pregnancy. Cerebral abscess. Multiple ring enhancing lesions.

Toxoplasmosis

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Deer tick. Northeastern states. Erythema migrans. Carditis. AV block. Bells palsy. Clinical diagnosis. Doxycycline, amoxicillin, cerufoxime.

Lyme

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Deer tick. Northeastern states. Erythema migrans. Carditis. AV block. Bells palsy. Clinical diagnosis. Doxycycline, amoxicillin, cerufoxime.

Lyme

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Dog tick. Rash on wrists spreading centrally. Affects palms and soles. Doxycycline

Rocky mountain spotted fever.

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Dog tick. Rash on wrists spreading centrally. Affects palms and soles. Doxycycline

Rocky mountain spotted fever.

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Trepenoma. Painless genital ulcer. Rash affecting palms and soles. Dark field microscopy. RPR. FTA-ABS. Penicillin.

Syphilis

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Trepenoma. Painless genital ulcer. Rash affecting palms and soles. Dark field microscopy. RPR. FTA-ABS. Penicillin.

Syphilis

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Mononucleosis. Pharyngitis. Posterior cervical lymph nodes. Morbilliform rash with amoxicillin/ ampicillin. Spenomegaly.

EBV

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Painful vesicles that ulcerate. Prodrome. PCR, culture, or serology. Antivirals

HSV

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Painful vesicles that ulcerate. Prodrome. PCR, culture, or serology. Antivirals

HSV

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Varicella Zoster virus. >50. Women. Pain before rash. Dermatome. Hutchingson sign. Post herpetic neuralgia. Antivirals

Herpes Zoster

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Cough, coryza, conjunctivitis, koplik spots

Measles

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Cough, coryza, conjunctivitis, koplik spots

Measles

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Parotid gland swelling. Amylase

Mumps

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Parotid gland swelling. Amylase

Mumps

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Forcheimer spots

Rubella

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Forcheimer spots

Rubella

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Slapped cheek appearance. Parvo virus B19

Erythema infectiosum

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Slapped cheek appearance. Parvo virus B19

Erythema infectiosum

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High fever, resolves, followed by rash. Herpes virus 6/7. 6 months of age.

Roseola

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High fever, resolves, followed by rash. Herpes virus 6/7. 6 months of age.

Roseola

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Attacks CD4 cells. Asymptomatic. ELISA. Western blot. Everyone is treated.Two NRTI and NNRTI

HIV

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Attacks CD4 cells. Asymptomatic. ELISA. Western blot. Everyone is treated.Two NRTI and NNRTI

HIV