Zachary M. Dillon

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A 78-year-old male presented to the Emergency Department complaining of a 1-week onset of increasing fatigue and anorexia. The patient was previously well but had a history of depression, chronic diarrhea, and hypertension. His examination was remarkable for mild fever (100.1°F). He had no acute neurologic deficits. The patient felt better after intravenous(More)
Herpes Simplex Encephalitis (HSE), while relatively rare, is of relevance to the emergency medicine provider due to its destructive, rapid progression and its often unexpected and sudden onset. We present a case of an older man who arrived at the Emergency Department with a mild fever (100.1°F), and an insidious weeklong onset of increasing fatigue and(More)
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