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Reginald Reid11 months ago

Which clinical history findings are characteristic of enteroviral myopericarditis?

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11 months ago

Clinical History Findings of Enteroviral Myopericarditis Clinical presentation in adolescents; • Upper respiratory tract infection • Shortness of breath • Fever • Sharp or dull chest pain, worsens with inspiration and relieves with leaning forward or sitting Clinical presentation in older children and adults; Symptoms of pericarditis • Fever • Fatigue • Chest pain • Weakness • Trouble breathing • Coughing • Palpitations • Pain during swallowing

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