Misdiagnosis of Recurrent upper respiratory tract infections

Complex diagnosis issues or misdiagnosis may occur with conditions such as:



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Misdiagnosis Articles

  • Sinusitis: Undiagnosed sinusitis: The most likely misdiagnosis is that sinusitis is not diagnosed properly, or is not diagnosed early. Sometimes it ...

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  • Pharyngitis: Bacterial infection: The worst kind of pharyngitis is a bacterial infection, such as strep throat from streptococcus bacteria . This type ...

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  • Tonsillitis: Undiagnosed Tonsillitis: This condition may be difficult to diagnose in comparison with various other respiratory infections and causes of sore ...

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