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An Unusual Case of Sore Throat

Josh Russell, MD and Mike Weinstock, MD
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A sore throat may be caused by group A beta hemolytic strep as well as a virus, but the differential diagnosis in select patients should include gonococcal pharyngitis which is treated differently than routine group A beta hemolytic strep.

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