Global Grand Rounds in Infectious Diseases (2018-06-27)

Posted: 
2018-06-28
GGRID Case Conference
Description 

A 30 year old man presents with lightheadedness for one day.

HPI

  • 1 month prior to admit had fever for 2-3 days
  • Fever was associated with headache, chills, and arthralgia  at that time worse in the shoulders and elbows bilaterally. 
  • After fever resolved, a friend pointed out to him that he had a rash.  
  • Approximately 10 red circular to ovoid non-raised rashes on his chest, back, and upper arms.  
  • Rash faded over a period of approximately 10 days.   
Speaker: 
Matthew Robinson, MD
Disclosures: 
No Disclosures
Length of Presentation: 
56 minutes 45 seconds