PEDIATRIC PUZZLER: Persistent fever in a 6-year-old: Licking the diagnosis

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The call at 3 a.m. on a warm May morning is from the emergency department. The ED physician is seeing a 6-year-old with a seven- to 10-day history of fever as high as 105? F, swollen glands, lethargy, and poor oral intake.

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