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CASE AND COMMENTARY: Patient Safety and Adherence to Self-Administered Medications

Posted Jul 14 2011 8:00am
A man with HIV disease and a recent diagnosis of CNS toxoplasmosis presented to the ED for the third time in two weeks with headaches, seizures, and right-sided weakness. Physicians pursued a workup for treatment-resistant toxoplasmosis or another brain disease, but discovered that the patient had run out of his toxoplasmosis medications.
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