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Headache, enlarged lymphnodes, intermittent fever. Signs of viral infection?

22yr old male. headache ,larger limphnodes, fever comes and goes headache gone . was on high dose anitiboic for week. now in hospital going on 3 rd night . white blood cells has abnormalt cells mix . with the red and white. liver enzyme normal rate they say is 17-40, my rate is 175, could a viral infection be causing this or a virus or what?
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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History of prolonged fever on and off.
Lymphadenopathy and myalgia.
Lab finding Leucocytosis and anaemia.
These are sign of chronic infection.

The cause may be Tuberculosis.
Take a chest x ray. Test the sputum for AFB.

Other causes may be HIV.
If the is any history of exposure screen for HIV.

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