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Fever, Rash, and Migratory Polyarthralgias

20:00 EDT 18 Apr 2019 | JAMA

A 24-year-old farmworker had 3 weeks of persistent fever and worsening polyarthralgias, and maculopapular truncal rash that spread to her palms and soles. Results of laboratory tests were normal except for a mildly elevated WBC count and a blood culture gram stain showing filamentous gram-negative rods. What would you do next?

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