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If its PUO, it is pyrexia of unknown origin. Cause of fever is not yet known. DUO - d stands for disease, not sure. More details necessary for further opinion. Thanks.

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Hello, I can't make a diagnosis based on a measurement only. An electrocardiogram is essential to diagnose rhythm disorders. Sometimes a 24-hour (Holter) study is required. You've got to visit your cardiologist for that. A higher than normal heart rate (without arrhythmia) may occur in volume loss (dehydration, bleeding, etc), fever, hyperthyroidism, anxiety etc Kind Regards!

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Clinically, a neurologist can do it. There are specific tests to diagnose neuropathies.