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3.04 Lines in the Sand

Initial Symptoms: Boy with severe autism + screaming
Diagnosis: Pica (House) + raccoon roundworms (House)

Contributions by Team
House (6): Suggests parasites, suggests problem is in lungs before pleural effusion occurs, gets patient to inhale gas, suggests liver is damaged, diagnosis for pica, diagnosis for raccoon roundworms
Chase (3): Realized that elevated blood pressure + screaming indicated chest pain, suggests parasites, suggests illness is caused by something the patient ate
Cameron (0): None
Foreman (0): None

Notes: Pica caused the patient to eat sand, leading to the roundworms exposure. Since pica is a medical condition that can have serious health consequences, it is included it here as a separate diagnosis although it was the roundworms that caused the patient's symptoms.
Foreman received an error for insisting the patient wasn't sick, since if he were the attending physician the patient wouldn't have been diagnosed and treated.



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