The ever recurrent fever
of expectancy assailed Martin as he took the bundle of long envelopes.
Patient reported having recurrent fever
and bone pain since last four months and was diagnosed with B-cell ALL in June 2016.
Periodic Fever Syndromes are a group of diseases that cause serious recurrent fever
and pathogenic inflammation through non-infectious activation of the immune system.
There was no family history of recurrent fever
and both parents were Polish.
3,4) The latter is considered standard of care in patients with persistent or recurrent fever
and neutropenia, but since fever is a non-specific manifestation and may have other etiologies (including uncontrolled occult bacterial infection, viral infection and drug fever), (4) a significant number of patients receive antifungal therapy unnecessarily.
7) Recurrent fever
in addition to observed pallor, low growth rate, and relevant laboratory results raised the index of suspicion for a neoplastic process with bone marrow involvement.
Edwards aimed largely to help clinicians distinguish between familial recurrent fever
syndromes and the syndrome PFAPA (Periodic Fever, Aphthous Stomatitis, Pharyngitis, Cervical Adenitis).
Her health deteriorated with recurrent fever
and headache despite the aforementioned medications, and she was transferred to our department.
section])([section]) One person with recurrent fever
was identified through twice-daily unit monitoring with a temperature of 101.
Patients usually present with recurrent fever
, chills, chest pain, dyspnea, cough, and hemoptysis.
Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) is a hereditary recurrent inflammatory disease with autosomal recessive pattern of inheritance characterized by self-limiting recurrent fever
and pain in the serous membranes, pleurisy, peritonitis, arthritis and erythema.
Our first and third cases were suffering from recurrent fever
due to upper and lower respiratory infections.