This book covers pathophysiology of fever, the general approach to the febrile patient, and offers a systematic, in-depth discussion regarding the differential diagnosis of unexplained fever. The authors define an unexplained fever as a fever which lasts a minimum of 14 days and whose etiology is not known. This one-of-a-kind publication highlights the main causes of fever, specifically infectious diseases, cancer, connective tissue diseases, various rare disorders, plus etiologies which are often ignored. Also, laboratory and medical imaging techniques for diagnosing fevers are included. Written in a comprehensive, unrepetitious style, this qmust-haveq resource includes such aspects as the history of the fever, a review of published cases, the approach to the patient, and an analytical review. This up-to-date volume is an indispensable guide that should be read by physicians, surgeons, internists, microbiologists and other medical professionals.... trichina and visceral larva migrans Chronic malaise, weight loss, fever, cough, asthma . . bronchus rales are frequent. ... We shall only mention the eosinophilia associated with bronchial obstruction: asthma is not a diagnostic challenge. ... Woodruff, A., Medicine in the Tropics, Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh. l974. 3.
|Author||:||Benedict Isaac, Serge Kernbaum, Michael J. Burke|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1990-11-21|