18-Year-Old Woman With Headache and Sore Throat

Martinez, Matthew W.; Edson, Randall S.
February 2004
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Feb2004, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p231
Academic Journal
Presents a medical case of an 18-year old woman diagnosed with thrombosis. Medical history; Symptoms upon admission; Consideration of blood pressure and pulse rate; Evidence of bilateral posterior cervical adenopathy; Tonsillar enlargement; Absence of gingival abscess, peridontis, hepatosplenomegaly normeningismus; Speculation of mononucleosis.


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