-year-old white man was seen in a local emergency department with
complaints of fatigue, night sweats, cervical and inguinal
lymphadenopathy, nausea, and right-upper-quadrant pain. His illness
began when he developed a sore throat and weakness. He was treated with
amoxicillin and had some improvement in symptoms over the next 2 days.
This patient had no significant medical or surgical history, was
receiving no long-term medications, and had no known drug allergies. He
never smoked and had no history of illicit drug use.