volume 28, issue 2, P230-235 2007
DOI: 10.2500/aap.2007.28.2982
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Abstract: Fever of unknown origin (FUO) is both a clinical and a diagnostic challenge. Furthermore, an FUO case with isolated marrow noncaseating granuloma can further confound diagnosis. However, these two findings together may help narrow down the pathological possibilities. This article presents a case report of FUO and lymphopenia for 2 months. Multiple studies to evaluate infectious etiology were unremarkable. Bone marrow biopsy revealed isolated bone marrow granuloma, suggestive of sarcoid. The patient responded w…

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