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EM@3AM: CNS Toxoplasmosis in HIV/AIDS

A 31-year-old male presents for headache for the past 72 hours. He has a history of tension headaches, but confirms that this headache feels different. He has a history of HIV/AIDS and is noncompliant with medications. His last known CD4 count one month prior was 200. He appears confused and is febrile. Neurologic exam reveals motor deficit of RUE and RLE. What's your next step?

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JournalFeed Weekly Wrap-Up

This week's JournalFeed Wrap-Up covers a variety of topics including cricoid pressure in pediatric intubation, time to thrombolysis in ischemic stroke, and risk of thoracotomy.