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    low rish for streptococcal infection in acute pharyngitis

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    Which of the following is an indicator of low risk for streptococcal infections in a patient with acute pharyngitis?

    A. anterior cervical lymphadenopathy
    B. cough
    C. fever
    D. headache
    E. soft palate petechiae

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    Re: low rish for streptococcal infection in acute pharyngiti

    Quote Originally Posted by ILoveFM
    Which of the following is an indicator of low risk for streptococcal infections in a patient with acute pharyngitis?

    A. anterior cervical lymphadenopathy
    B. cough
    C. fever
    D. headache
    E. soft palate petechiae
    I think the answer is cough

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