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India HIV Clinical Case Conference (2015-07-15) - Case 1
A 24 year old woman presented to an emergency department in the United States during the month of February with 2 weeks of a dry cough and 1 week of fevers up to 39 degrees Celsius. She also had scattered flesh-colored papules on her face and trunk that had appeared 1 week prior to presentation. She had no other associated symptoms or significant past medical history; she had never had an HIV test. She had not been around anyone who had been ill. She was unemployed and lived in an apartment with a friend. She occasionally injected heroin and used marijuana, but did not smoke tobacco or drink alcohol.
Temperature=39.0 Heart Rate=100 Respiratory Rate=20 Blood Pressure=110/70 Oxygen Saturation= 95%
Chest X ray
“Nodular/ reticular densities throughout both lung fields”
Ill-defined nodular/ reticular densities throughout both lung fields
What is your differential diagnosis?
Dr. Natasha Chida
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