Medical Image - International Journal of Clinical & Medical Images (2016) Volume 3, Issue 3
Author(s): Irfan Ahsan, Zulfiqar Arif and Ali Ghani
A 55 year old Caucasian female with a history of Iron deficiency anemia with hemoglobin of 6.1 gm/dl was admitted from her hematologist office for a Venofer infusion. She had profound confusion on presentation. Physical examination was pertinent for fever of 101οF, and laboratory data pertinent for elevated blood sugars of 590 mg/dl, leukocytosis of 10.3 K/UL with bandemia of 13%, elevated AST 170 U/L, ALT 184 U/L, and normal alkaline phosphate and total bilirubin. She was subsequently found to have Strep. Viridian bacteremia and CT scan of Chestabdomen-pelvis revealed multiple hepatosplenic masses consistent with malignancy or abscesses. Liver biopsy showed benign liver cells with a background of acute and chronic inflammatory cells and abscess (*image shown). She was treated with long term course of Ceftriaxone via PICC line.