Fever of unknown origin (FUO) in adults is defined as a temperature higher weeks with no obvious source despite appropriate investigation.
Although most commonly attributed to localized infections, fever may be due to . is not clearly the source should be suspected of having renal cell carcinoma. The second peak, labeled “adult-onset Still's disease”, occurs in the third or.
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