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BOF: 2.250

A 32 year old male presents with a history of fever and cough. There is no significant past medical history and he is not on any drugs. He does not smoke cigarettes. On examination you note that he is febrile, he has herpes labialis, pulse rate 100 beats per minute. On examination of his chest you detect signs of consolidation of the right base of his lung.

In this patient what is the most likely organism causing his condition?

a)      Pneumococcus

b)      Mycoplasma

c)      Haemophilus

d)     Klebsiella

e)      Pneumocystis

 

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