Case Presentation

A 69 year-old male presents to the Emergency Department with complaints of malaise, myalgias, rhinorrhea, increased congestion, and occasional fevers for one week. The symptoms have gradually worsened over the past week, and Tylenol has minimally alleviated his symptoms. He denies exacerbating factors. He denies any trauma, shortness of breath, chest pain, or recent weight change. He has no sick contacts or recent travel history.