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Differential Diagnosis For Presentation/Diplopia Febrile illness Young Man Acute
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- 2 possible diagnoses found
- Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent)
- Lyme disease
- Eosinophilic meningoencephalitis
- 21+ years old, ACUTE DIS, Acute Disease, Acute disease (disorder), acute disease/disorder, Acute Diseases, acute disorder, adult, Adult (person), Adult Human (21+), Adults, Alteration in body temperature hyperthermia fever, Body temperature above normal, Body temperature above normal (finding), Body temperature increased, diplopia, Diplopia (disorder), Diplopias, Disease Acute, Diseases Acute, Double vision, double vision vision, Febrile, febris, Feels feverish, Fever, Fever (finding), Fever unspecified, Feverish, Fevers, Has a temperature, High body temperature, High temperature, Human Adult, hyperthermia, Hyperthermias, Hyperthermic, Increased body temperature, Increased body temperature (finding), Presentation, Pyrexia, Pyrexia (D), Pyrexia (D) (finding), Pyrexia (finding), Pyrexial, Pyrexias, Seeing double, Temperature elevated, TEMPERATURE ELEVATION, temperature high, TEMPERATURE INCREASE, Temperature raised, Vision double, vision double vision, Young
- External Links Related to Presentation/Diplopia Febrile illness Young Man Acute
- PubMed (National Library of Medicine)
- NGC (National Guideline Clearinghouse)
- Medscape (eMedicine)
- Harrison's Online (accessmedicine)
- NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)