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Pyrexia of unknown origin

Abstract Classical pyrexia of unknown origin (PUO), defined as fever of >38 oC on several occasions for greater than three weeks despite investigation in hospital (>3 days) or out of hospital (>2 visits), is an uncommon but challenging problem. The incidence and aetiology vary according to the geographic region, the…

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