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An unusual cause for PUO

A 22 year old woman presented with a seven week history of arthralgia, intermittent fever, fatigue, and sore throat. In the week prior to hospital referral she had become more unwell, with painful swelling of her left knee and a non-pruritic, erythematous rash over her forearms. Prior to this illness…

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