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What is this and Your diagnosis

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    This child presented with fever for 4 days. Not responding to usual antibiotics.
    What is this and your diagnosis?

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    Dear Friends
    It shows Eschar in this child.
    Diagnosis is Typhus Fever. One of DD for PUO.
    Drug of choice for Typhus fever in children is Chloramphenicol.
     

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