A 30-yr-old woman presents to the clinic with nausea, vomiting, fever, and right-upper-quadrant pain. She reports she is sexually active.

A 30-yr-old woman presents to the clinic with nausea, vomiting, fever, and right-upper-quadrant pain. She reports she is sexually active. Urinalysis is normal, white blood cell count and liver enzymes are both slightly elevated. (1) What are some possible differential diagnoses? (2) What labs would you order? (3) What do you think her actual diagnosis is? (4) How would you treat the actual diagnosis? (5) Why are sexually transmitted infections more frequent an severe in women?
(Under subject, there is no option for Pathophysiology (advanced), therefore I just picked Biology).
 
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