Mr. Nichols is a 25-year-old man who presents to your clinic…

Question Answered step-by-step Mr. Nichols is a 25-year-old man who presents to your clinic… Mr. Nichols is a 25-year-old man who presents to your clinic complaining of sore throat and fever for two days.  He has no other respiratory symptoms.  His past medical history is unremarkable.  He takes no medications and has no allergies.  He is a mechanic and lives alone; he does not come into close contact with children.  On exam, his temperature is 101.6, and his other vital signs are normal.  He has tonsillar erythema with small amounts of white exudate and slightly enlarged, tender, mobile anterior cervical lymph nodes.  The remainder of his exam is normal. You decide to perform a rapid Streptococcal antigen test in your clinic which comes back negative. 1. Identify 2 differential diagnoses including the pathophysiology of each differential diagnosis based on the above subjective and objective data. 2. What is your most likely diagnosis based on the above subjective and objective data? 3. Does Mr. Nichols require any further workup based on the latest clinical practice guidelines? 4.  Discuss your treatment plan for Mr. Nichols based on the latest clinical practice guidelines.  Health Science Science Nursing NURSIING MISC Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)