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Volume 44 - Issue 11 - November 2004
Alzheimer disease, UTI
How Best to Diagnose and Treat
Managing urinary tract infections in elderly people can be difficult. Risk factors include use of multiple antibiotics, an indwelling catheter, or a history of UTIs.
What is causing this pruritic lesion?
A 20-year-old woman presents with a 3-week history of a pruritic, progressively enlarging erythematous lesion on one arm. She has a cat and recently started horseback riding lessons. She is otherwise healthy and takes no medication.
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