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AAAs greater than 5. In the fourth paragraph, the text should say pheochromocytoma is associated with neurofibromatosis type 1, not type 2. Transvaginal ultrasonography is not helpful in premenopausal women.
There is also an additional sentence added to the paragraph. The "human granulocytic ehrlichiosis" figure legend should be expanded to label both sides of the figure: "HME left and HGA right ; demonstration of morulae recognized as clumps of organisms in the cytoplasm. One week of inpatient evaluation is no longer standard in the diagnosis of fever of unknown origin; it is now 3 days. In the bulleted list regarding flow-volume loops, each bullet point is paired with a segment of the Flow-Volume Loops figure on page a "scooped-out" pattern with a decreased slope on the expiratory curve that does not improve with bronchodilation indicates COPD Figure A a "scooped-out" pattern with a decreased slope on the expiratory curve that improves with bronchodilation indicates reversible obstructive airway disease asthma Figure B "flattening" in both inspiratory and expiratory curves and decreased airflow indicates fixed obstruction e.
Under list of "Other therapies for stable COPD" starts on page , the sixth bullet point, discussing lung volume reduction surgery, should indicate "heterogeneous disease" within the parentheses, not homogeneous disease.
The last bullet point of this section should state "pleurodesis for a 2nd primary spontaneous pneumothorax and for any secondary spontaneous pneumothorax. In the "Groups 2 through 5" bullet point, "portal hypertension" should be removed. Portal hypertension falls under Group 1 respiratory disorders.
The last two applications of the antibiotic therapy treatment have been revised to state: Reasonable choice for sepsis of unclear etiology and low Pseudomonas risk: vancomycin plus 1 of the following: ceftriaxone or cefotaxime, piperacillin-tazobactam, or imipenem If high Pseudomonas risk: vancomycin plus 2 anti-Pseudomonas agents e.
Under small-vessel vasculitis, eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis is associated with an elevated IgE, not IgG. Added July
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