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Differential Diagnosis For Very High Sed Rate

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List of current finding(s):

Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent)
Bacterial endocarditis, subacute
Fungal/Candida endocarditis
Arthritis, fungal
Malaria
Myocarditis, fungal
Tuberculosis peritonitis
Tuberculosis of bone marrow
Infected organ, Abscesses
Abscess, parapharyngeal
Appendix abscess
Abscess, ischiorectal
Abscess, renal
Abscess, liver
Intraperitoneal abscess
Perinephric abscess
Abscess, retroperitoneal
Abscess, subphrenic
Mediastinal abscess
Omentum abscess
Pancreas abscess
Abscess, paraspinal
Brodie's abscess
Lung abscess
Pelvic abscess
Psoas abscess
Abscess, myocardium
Chronic mesenteritis/retractile
Abscess pathophysiology
Granulomatous, Inflammatory Disorders
Letterer-Siwe disease
Necrotizing vasculitis process/pathology
Neoplastic Disorders
Metastasis to peritoneum
Macroglobulinemias
Multiple myeloma
Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia
Purpura, hyperglobulinemic
Allergic, Collagen, Auto-Immune Disorders
Aortitis, giant cell
Arteritis, giant cell/non-cranial
Temporal/Craniotemporal arteritis
Rheumatoid arthritis
Necrotizing vasculitis process
Polyarteritis nodosa
Rheumatoid arteritis/vasculitis
Erythema induratum
Felty's syndrome
Behcet's Disease
Dermatitis, neutrophilic (Sweet's syn)
Polyarteritis nodosa, infantile
Hereditary, Familial, Genetic Disorders
Hyper IGD syndrome/HIDS (12q24)
Reference to Organ System
Anemia
Anemia, severe
Hyperglobulinemia, idiopathic
Poisoning (Specific Agent)
Silicotuberculosis
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Medscape (eMedicine)
Harrison's Online (accessmedicine)
NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)
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