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The appeal involves the $25.3 million award given in 2014 to Ascaris Mayo, a 57-year-old mother of four who had her limbs amputated in 2011 after a Strep A infection — the kind that causes strep throat — went undetected, leading to septic shock.
Kenley tested positive for strep throat and was given more antibiotics.
Thames hit his 13th homer on May 9, then was slowed by a hamstring injury and strep throat.
The girl was diagnosed with strep throat and a high fever and stayed home from school the rest of the week.
The disease is mostly a relic of the past in rich and middle-income countries, where pediatricians quickly treat strep throat and rheumatic fever in children, which causes the joint pain once called childhood rheumatism.
Whether a painful strep throat turns into a fatal case of heart disease depends not just on prompt antibiotic treatment but also on the patient’s genetic makeup, according to a new study led by Oxford University scientists.
The doctor on call peered into Fair's mouth, diagnosed him with strep throat, and administered a penicillin shot, reducing the swelling.
CV started Emily Mulcahey, who is still suffering from strep throat, kept the Bulldogs off the board in the bottom of the frame.
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