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Gorghi Hagi
2018-08-24 12:05:43
A 56-year-old man with advanced HIV infection comes to the emergency department with fever, weight loss, diarrhea, and weakness. His symptoms started several weeks ago and have progressively worsened. On physical examination, his liver and spleen are enlarged and skin pallor is noted. Laboratory studies show a CD4+ lymphocyte count of 40 cells/~L and elevated alkaline phosphatase and lactate dehydrogenase levels. Chest x-ray is unremarkable. CT scan of the abdomen shows hepatosplenomegaly and retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy. Blood cultures are positive for colonies of acid-fast bacteria that grow optimally at 41 C. This patient's current condrtion could most likely have been prevented through prophylactic use of which of the following pharmacologic agents? O A. Azithromycin o s. Isoniazid O c. ltraconazole 0 D. Penicillin 0 E. T rimethoprim
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2018-08-24 12:11:32
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Gorghi Hagi
2018-08-25 06:52:25
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2018-08-26 00:23:24
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Sepideh Jahanian
2018-08-26 03:49:26
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2018-09-30 16:12:09
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