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A 46 year old white male was admitted from the emergency department with severe pain in his legs, feet and hands, which began two days prior to admission. He described the bilateral pain as shooting and burning in nature; he was writhing in pain and rated its severity as 10/10. He denied trauma, current fever, chills or a history of back pain or arthritis.
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