Telford said that the malaria that Massachusetts suffered was mostly vivax or benign tertian
malaria as opposed to malignant tertian
or falciparum malaria, which is most deadly.
For example, while Dingle mentions how certain tertian
harmonies of mode three are related to the mode's "augmented-triad relationships," he does not delve into the structure of that mode (set class 9-12 [01245689T]), particularly with respect to its high degree of transpositional and inversional symmetry, or how this mode can be generated by three major-third interval cycles a half-step apart, all of which might frame a better understanding as to wbat drives the choice of modal sonorities.
7] At the beginning of the epidemic, blood smear examination showed mainly benign tertian
malaria (Plasmodium vivax), while later, as the epidemic increased, cases of severe tertian
Twenty percent of the malaria cases were of the malignant tertian
form, verified by finding Plasmodium falciparum in stained blood films.
Although the original death certificates attributed the couple's demise to tertian
malarial fever, rumours soon spread that Francesco's brother, Cardinal Ferdinando (1549-1609), had a hand in the their deaths.
Kaplan C, Daffos F, Forestier F, Tertian
G, Catherine N, Pons JC, Tchernia G.
Thus, there has been wide support for the idea that Alexander died from tertian
malaria (Plasmodium falciparum, Engels 1978; Cilliers and Retief 1999).
He was then managed as a case of septicaemia with acute renal failure with a differential diagnosis of malignant tertian
(MT) malaria, viral haemorrhagic fever or a rickettsial disease.
Argentina shows a particular ecological profile resulting from its geographic position in the southern portion of South America, its Tertian
and Quaternary biogeographical and geomorphological history, and the important environmental gradients along the territory.
The therapeutic interpretation is strengthened by a slightly later English example, in which the young Robert Boyle was prescribed the reading of Amadis to cure the persistent effects of a case of tertian
ague: see Johns, 380-83 (my thanks to Richard Wistreich for alerting me to this example).
He chronicles at considerable length these years of formation through the various stages of the making of a Jesuit: novice, philosopher, scholastic, theologian, regent, ordinand, tertian
Furthermore, twelve pieces of evidence in the extant fragments suggest that Quartilla's role in this vigil is as a director13 and not an active participant: 1) she orders that no one be admitted into the inn until she obtains her cure from Tertian