A California farmer developed a low- grade fever, myalgia, and cough...

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A California farmer developed a low- grade fever, myalgia, and cough. A chest X- ray exam revealed an infiltrate in the lung. Microscopic examination of the sputum revealed round, budding cells. A sputum culture grew mycelia and arthroconidia. What organism is most likely the cause of the symptoms? What is causing the man’s disease? How is this disease transmitted? How might it be prevented?
3.A teenaged male in California complained of remittent fever, chills, and headaches. A blood smear revealed ring- shaped cells in his red blood cells. He was successfully treated with primaquine and chloroquine. The patient lives near the San Luis Rey River and has no history of foreign travel, blood transfusion, or intravenous drug use. What is the disease? How was it acquired?

 

Solution ID:351151 | This paper was updated on 26-Nov-2015

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