M. Tasrif Mansur

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Map of Referred Pain with Explanation  -- Modern medicine hasn’t entirely explained the reasons behind referred pain, however, the most common theory is that strong pain messages running along nerves either “leap” or “overwhelm” adjacent nerves, causing pain to be felt where that series of nerves originates.

Map of Referred Pain with Explanation -- the most common theory is that strong pain messages running along nerves either “leap” or “overwhelm” adjacent nerves, causing pain to be felt where that series of nerves originates.

USMLE / Internal Medicine Board Review: Medical Mnemonic for Rheumatic Fever can be remembered by the Mnemonic "JONES CAFE PAL" - www.knowmedge.com

Rheumatic fever occurs after a streptococcal infection (usually caused by Group A Beta-Hemolytic Strep (GABHS)). It is an inflammatory condition that affects the joints, skin, heart and brain.