Q fever as a cause of fever of unknown origin and thrombocytosis: first molecular evidence of Coxiella burnetii in Brazil.
What does FOU stand for?
FOU stands for Fever of Unknown Origin (medicine)
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We have 13 other meanings of FOU in our Acronym Attic
- Fail of the Year (gaming)
- Family of the Year (band)
- Father of the Year
- Fight of the Year (boxing)
- Fireslayer of the Year (award)
- Footballer of the Year (video game)
- Freshman of the Year
- Friends of the Topeka Zoo (Kansas)
- Fan Out Unit (Cisco)
- Fate of Unwanted (gaming clan)
- Field of Use
- Field Operation Unit
- For Official Use
- For Our Utopia (gaming clan)
- Forskning och Utveckling (Swedish: Research and Development)
- Forskning og Utviklingsarbeid (Norweigan: Research and Development)
- Frequency of Use (keyboard layout)
- First-Order Uncertainty Analysis
- Friends of University Airport (University of California, Davis)
- Feast of Unleavened Bread
Samples in periodicals archive:
If it is not considered in patients with fever of unknown origin with cervical lymphadenopathy, this may result in unnecessary invasive tests.
Since the clinical presentation of infected myxoma may be similar to that of uninfected myxoma, blood cultures should be done whenever a patient with myxoma presents fever, and echocardiography should be performed in patients with fever of unknown origin when the initial techniques are not conclusive (9).
She had graft-versus-host disease and fever of unknown origin.
To the Editor: As most readers are aware, factitious disorder (FD) involves a person's feigning or producing physical or psychological ailments that can range from infection and fever of unknown origin to bereavement and psychosis.
The most common postoperative complications were ileus, which occurred in 14% of patients, infection in 14% (urinary tract infection in 6%, wound infection in 5%, and death due to sepsis in 3%), cardiopulmonary events in 13%, and fever of unknown origin in 11%.
In cases of fever of unknown origin and subacute bacterial endocarditis, obtain three blood cultures during the first one to two hours.
Fever of unknown origin is also a common presentation.