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Differential Diagnosis For Presentation/High Fever Rash daily WBC Ferritin
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- 3 possible diagnoses found
- Allergic, Collagen, Auto-Immune Disorders
- Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis/Stills d
- Adult Stills disease/RA presentation
- Juvenile chronic arthritis (rheumatoid)
- Alteration in body temperature hyperthermia fever, Body temperature above normal, Body temperature above normal (finding), Body temperature increased, ELEVATED WBC COUNT, Elevated white blood cell count, Elevated White Blood Count, Febrile, febris, Feels feverish, FERRITIN ELEVATED, Ferritin high, Ferritin increased, Fever, Fever (finding), Fever unspecified, Feverish, Fevers, Gen redness/erythema/rash, Generalised eruption, generalised rash, Generalized eruption, generalized rash, Generalized redness/erythema/rash, Has a temperature, High, High body temperature, High temperature, HIGH WHITE BLOOD CELL COUNT, hyperthermia, Hyperthermias, Hyperthermic, Increased body temperature, Increased body temperature (finding), Increased ferritin, increased leukocyte count, INCREASED WHITE BLOOD CELL COUNT, Increased white cell count, Leukocyte count increased, LEUKOCYTES INCREASED, Persistent daily, Presentation, Pyrexia, Pyrexia (D), Pyrexia (D) (finding), Pyrexia (finding), Pyrexial, Pyrexias, Raised WBC, Rash all over, Rash generalised, Rash generalized, Temperature elevated, TEMPERATURE ELEVATION, temperature high, TEMPERATURE INCREASE, Temperature raised, WBC ELEVATED, WBC inc, WBC Increased, WHITE BLOOD CELL COUNT ELEVATED, White blood cell count high, White blood cell count increased, White blood cell increased, WHITE BLOOD CELLS INCREASED, White blood count elevation, Widespread rash
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- NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)