Patient’s Stories – Ergys

Published on 17 Ekim 2020 by medi@dmin

The patient 8 years old who was examined for fever of unknown origin in his country for 2 months, came to our country and chose our hospital upon the recommendation of a relative.

Fever of unknown origin (FUO) is defined as a fever higher than 38.3 degrees C lasting for a period of at least three weeks, in which no definitive diagnosis has been made after a number of obligatory tests. Comprehensive history and physical examination are the keys to establishing a diagnosis in patient with FUO.

With appropriate differential diagnosis and treatment, we finally send him to his country in a healthy and happy way.


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