Patient having mild intermittent fever for last 1 month taken multiple opd based treatments but fever is still unresolved. For last 3 days patient developed high grade intermittent fever with disturbed sensorium, stiffness of both lower limbs and stiffness of neck (seems voluntary) and exhaustion. No history of cough, burning micturition, headache. CSF Study and NECT brain - Normal CBC - Total count - 15000/cumm Malaria, typhoid, HIV - Negative Today patient developed these lesions over trunk.

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Skin lesions are miliaria, due to fever and excessive sweating. Does not appear to be drug toxicity . DD for fever ,Cerebral Malaria Viral encephalitis

Pyrexia of Unknown Origin Wbc raised, suggest septecemia Broad spectrum antibiotics IV fluids Antipyretics Dexamethasone D/d Meningitis Viral encephalitis

IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? PUO .. WITH..LESIONS ALL OVER BODY.. IS.. ? MILIARIA .. ? MILIARIA RUBRA..

Blood CS will be helpful

Mulriple skin erupts

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