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(This is a GREAT CHERRY Question...if you get this ONE TOTALLY RIGHT, I think you will pass Step 1) Another, I said another case of pharygitis. This patient is a 12 yo boy named Toby who came in with his mom in the early summer. There is bad fever and the pharynx is so swollen, Toby does not wish to drink and has to be placed on IV fluids. Again, all cultures are negative for bacteria. Serological tests for viruses NOW exclude ALL Herpesvirses. Hmm.. you wonder as the PE reveals malaise, mild diarrhea, and lesions on the rear end, feet, and palms of the hand. What is the exact structure of the virus? The dx name? The virus family? Drug Tx? (This is a great connecting question)

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(This is a GREAT CHERRY Question...if you get this ONE TOTALLY RIGHT, I think you will pass Step 1)


Another, I said another case of pharygitis. This patient is a 12 yo boy named Toby who came in with his mom in the early summer. There is bad fever and the pharynx is so swollen, Toby does not wish to drink and has to be placed on IV fluids. Again, all cultures are negative for bacteria. Serological tests for viruses NOW exclude ALL Herpesvirses. Hmm.. you wonder as the PE reveals malaise, mild diarrhea, and lesions on the rear end, feet, and palms of the hand. What is the exact structure of the virus? The dx name? The virus family? Drug Tx? (This is a great connecting question)

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