BS6003 Assessment 2016: Case Studies

There are three case studies in which we answer two of them.
First of all, analyse the symptoms and, if any, the results of initial diagnostic tests performed. Think about what kind of disease you are dealing with. Think about what microorganism might possibly cause this disease.
What is the likely diagnosis?
What is the clinical disease?
What is the clinical diagnosis?
Please do not just mention the microorganism you think is the cause of the illness. You need to give a diagnosis, explaining what kind of disease the patient has (based on the data given when the case study is presented, considering the symptoms, and initial diagnostic tests, if any).
What is the likely cause of illness?
What is the likely cause of this person’s condition?
Which organism is most likely responsible for this infection?
What is the most likely aetiology of this person’s symptoms?