FUO


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FUOFever of Unknown Origin
FUOFever of Undetermined Origin
FUOFever of Uncertain Origin
FUOFollow-up Output
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These connective tissue diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), adult Still's disease, polyarteritis nodosa, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), mixed connective tissue disease, temporal arteritis, and polymyalgia rheumatica may be determined in FUO etiology due to their non-specific presentations.
Three of these hospitals took part in comparative epidemiologic studies of FUO during October 2001-April 2002 and again during August-September 2009 with the objective of establishing a rational treatment approach (Figure).
Lavinia on the other hand comes to master FUO by the end of her first cycle of data collection.
The Company has filed for approval for FUO in certain of its European markets and is in the process of preparing FUO filings in several additional European countries.
Currently approved in 38 countries around the world, AmBisome has been cleared for an expanded label, including empiric treatment of FUO, in five additional countries.
In standard practice, physicians often have a choice of antifungal drugs, including the new lipoid antifungals, to treat patients with FUO before receiving confirmation of fungal infections," said Dr.