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Table 1 Important milestones in progression of disease

From: Lymph node abscess caused by Francisella tularensis – a rare differential diagnosis for cervical lymph node swelling: a case report

Day Treatment
0 First contact with patient; wisdom tooth extraction and intravenously administered antibiotic administration consisting of penicillin V 10 mega units once daily
25 Restart of a treatment with intravenously administered antibiotic administration consisting of penicillin V 10 mega units once daily combined with metronidazole 0.5 g twice daily
28 Computed tomography (CT) imaging and abscess incision from an extraoral approach
32 Diagnosis of tularemia; change of antibiotic regime to doxycycline 100 mg twice a day orally
33 Discharged from hospital
46 Out-patient follow-up