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A child has hx of spiking fevers, which have been as high as 40C. She has spindle-shaped swelling of joints and complains of upper sternal pain. The most likely Ds is:
a. rheumatic fever
b. juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
c. toxic synovitis
d. septic arthritis
e. osteoarthritis




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b. juvenile rheumatoid arthritis


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Brilliant!


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b


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That's called still syndrome ....answer is B Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis





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