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Old 11-17-2011
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Goljan Contradiction of Goljan and Kaplan in PSGN

i have read in goljan patho and jawets microbiology that mostly poststreptococcal glomerulonephritis is due to nephrogenic srains of step pyogenes which first causes skin infection and scarlet fever . and in that case we DONT check ASO we check just anti DNASE titer as mentioned in goljan rr but in kaplan its mentioned that first we check ASO. and also i have seen one q in nbme offline version that what to check in PSGN and there were options RBC cast and other option was ASO so what to do in that case ? two books diffferent sayings ..
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