intermittent fever


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intermittent fever

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(Pathology) any fever, such as malaria, characterized by intervals of periodic remission
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intermittent fever

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5] On the coast of Peru, however, the temperature is not hot to any excessive degree; and perhaps in consequence, the intermittent fevers are not of the most malignant order.
A person with amoebiasis will experience severe amoebic dysentery, which is indicated by abdominal cramping, diarrhoea, stool that is accompanied by blood or mucus, nausea and vomiting, loss of weight, and an intermittent fever.
We describe a 65-year-old man who presented with a 10-day history of abdominal pain and intermittent fever.
A 57 year old Sri Lankan woman presented with intermittent fever, weight loss, episodic confusion, and alopecia for 3 months.
Here we report a case in which an elderly female presented with malar rash, intermittent fever, and arthralgia.
There was history of grouped papulovesicular eruption on the inner side of lip that was associated with high grade, intermittent fever, restlessness and excessive dribbling of saliva.
Tulsi is generally used for the treatment of Fever with pains, Typhoid, intermittent fever,Influenza, flu, catarrh, cough, Tonsillitis, Teary eyes, symptoms in ear, oral and abdominal symptoms, diarrhoea and so on.
In summer 2013, a previously healthy Caucasian 12-month-old girl was brought for treatment to a children's hospital in Houston, Texas, USA, on the 11th day of illness (day 11), manifesting intermittent fever, lethargy, and emesis.
Pheochromocytoma is a rare catecholamine-producing tumor with the primary presentations, both of intermittent fever and nonoliguric acute renal failure.
Symptoms of malaria include intermittent fever, chills, sweating, headache, tiredness, nausea, vomiting and muscle pain.
There are sporadic cases of HCC described in literature, with clinical manifestations including mainly intermittent fever and leukocytosis [8-10].
Apart from the irregular attacks of intermittent fever, no clinical signs that could evoke the diagnosis of TRAPS were observed in the two previously reported patients with early manifestation of the disease.

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