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Rheumatic fever is an inflammatory disease disease that occurs following a Streptococcus pyogenes infection, such as strep throat ...
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Rheumatic Fever and Antistreptolysin

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for the diagnosis of acute rheumatic fever? A: Increased an...
| usmleforum.com
" ...suspects that the patient has rheumatic fever. In addition to Sydenham's chorea, ...major criterion for the diagnosis of acute rheumatic fever? A: Increased antistreptolysin O (ASO) titer B:... "

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Kinase II ASO - antistreptolysin O RF - rheumatic fever...
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" How about pen - penicillin pen VK - penicillin VK amox - ...- CamKinase II ASO -... "

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cause high antistreptolysin levels - like strep throat, rheu...
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" ...she has - several different disorders can cause high antistreptolysin levels - like strep throat, rheumatic fever, scarlet fever, bacterial endocarditis (heart infection), among others. Penicillin... "

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eumatic fever and acute glomerulonephritis, it can ca...
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" ...Streptococcal group A infection. Besides rheumatic fever and acute glomerulonephritis, it can ...cause pyoderma. Other tests like Antistreptolysin O titer and a bacterial... "

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o HCM.ASO is Antistreptolysin O which is increased in th...
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" Hi Shadra, Welcome to HCM. ASO is Antistreptolysin O which is increased in the body when patient ...bacteria cause skin infections, cellulitis, rheumatic fever and joint pain. Your ASO... "

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ur predicament. Antistreptolysin O (ASO) titer is a bl...
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" ...doing well. Understand your predicament. Antistreptolysin O (ASO) titer is a ...streptococcal complications like glomerulonephritis or rheumatic fever. So, repeated strep throat infections... "

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SO is Antistreptolysin-O Norms: Adult: 500U/dl ) could b...
" Re: The blood letting ASO is Antistreptolysin-O Norms: Adult: 500U/dl ) could be indicative of acute rheumatic fever and a slight elevation ( 170 U/dl ) could be indicative of rheumatoid... "

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Rheumatic fever can occur 2-4 weeks after the initial event...
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" Rheumatic fever can occur 2-4 weeks after ...such as the the antibody antistreptolysin O. Other antistreptococcal antibodies can ...movements can be associated with rheumatic fever . These options can... "

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O titre (AS(L)O titre or AS(L)OT) - titre of...
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" Antistreptolysin O titre (AS(L)O titre or ...AS(L)OT) - titre of (serum) antistreptolysin O antibodies; a blood test ...the diagnosis of scarlet fever, rheumatic fever and post infectious... "

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Rheumatic fever perhaps? Try here:...
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" Rheumatic fever perhaps? Try... "

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