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Week 5 Discussion Review of Case Study 2Lily is a 20-year-old student at the local community college. When some of her friends and classmates told her about an outbreak of flu-like symptoms sweeping her campus over the past two weeks, Lily figured she shouldn't take her three-day sore throat lightly. Your clinic has treated a few cases similar to Lily's. All the patients reported decreased appetite, headaches, and pain with swallowing. As Lily recounts these symptoms to you, you notice that she has a runny nose and a slight hoarseness in her voice but doesn't sound congested.L20yrsFemaleSubjective: Sore throat for three days. Decreased appetite, headaches, and painful to swallow. Chief Complain (CC):Sore throatHistory of Present Illness(HPI): 20year old female with throat pain, onset three days. Reports decrease in appetite, headaches, painful to swallowing College student with possible flulike outbreak on campus. On examination presents with runny nose and slight hoarseness with no congestion.Medications:noneAllergies:nonePast Medical History (PMH): noneHealth HistoryObtaining a health history on the 20 year Lilly is essential to identify the source of her complain and to develop a differential diagnosis. Lilly will be interview as asked several questions to acquire a complete history such as: