FUO

[3] Despite extensive workup and diagnostic advances, up to 51% of FUO cases remain undiagnosed.[4][5] In modern medicine, FUO remains ...

Standardized diagnostic protocol used in the FUO. Adapted from Bleeker-Rovers et…

Fever of Unknown Origin - Pediatric EM Morsels
Overview of Fever of Unknown Origin - Metabolic Disorders - Merck ...

When encountering an inpatient with fever of unknown origin (FUO), a hospitalist's first step should be the same as…

Fever of unknown origin in older adults. - NCBI
Approach to the adult with fever of unknown origin - UpToDate

Fever of unknown origin (FUO) is defined as fever at or above 101°F (38.3°C) for 3 weeks or more that…

Fever of Unknown Origin - Pediatric EM Morsels
Prolonged Febrile Illness and Fever of Unknown Origin in Adults - AAFP

INTRODUCTION. Fever of unknown origin (FUO) in adults is defined as a temperature higher than 38.3°C (100.9°F) that lasts…

Approach to the adult with fever of unknown origin - UpToDate
Fever of Unknown Origin (FUO) Workup: Approach Considerations ...

The workup of FUO must take into careful consideration the patient's country of origin, recent and remote travel (including past service in…