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Differential Diagnosis For Presentation/Fever Mental change Purpura Anemia Woman

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List of current finding(s):

Reference to Organ System
Cerebral thrombotic thrombocytopenia
Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
Synonyms
Alteration in body temperature hyperthermia fever, Anaemia, Anaemia (disorder), Anaemia unspecified, Anemia, Anemia (disorder), Anemia (dup) (disorder), anemia essential, Anemia unspecified, Anemia unspecified (disorder), Anemias, Body temperature above normal, Body temperature above normal (finding), Body temperature increased, C-62 PURPURAS, Confused, Confused (finding), Confusion, Confusion (Mental), Confusion and disorientation, confusion mental, Confusion state, Confusion/Disorientation, Confusional state, Confusional state (disorder), Confusional States, Dazed, Dazed state, Disorder characterised by purpura, Disorder characterized by purpura, Disorientation, Disorientation/confusion, Febrile, febris, Feeling dazed, Feels feverish, Females (Human), Fever, Fever (finding), Fever unspecified, Feverish, Fevers, Has a temperature, High body temperature, High temperature, Human Female, Human Females, hyperthermia, Hyperthermias, Hyperthermic, Increased body temperature, Increased body temperature (finding), Mental Confusion, Muddled, Peliosis, Presentation, purpura, Purpura (finding), Purpura (morphologic abnormality), PURPURAS, Purpuric disorder, Purpuric disorder (disorder), Pyrexia, Pyrexia (D), Pyrexia (D) (finding), Pyrexia (finding), Pyrexial, Pyrexias, State Confusional, States Confusional, Temperature elevated, TEMPERATURE ELEVATION, temperature high, TEMPERATURE INCREASE, Temperature raised, Unspecified anaemia, Unspecified anemia, Woman, Woman (person), Women
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