Malarial fever


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(Med.) a fever produced by malaria, and characterized by the occurrence of chills, fever, and sweating in distinct paroxysms, At intervals of definite and often uniform duration, in which these symptoms are wholly absent (intermittent fever), or only partially so (remittent fever); fever and ague; chills and fever.

See also: Malarial

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It had taken an unfair advantage of his weak state, and though it was only ordinary malarial fever, in forty-eight hours it had run him as low as ten days of fever would have done when he was in condition.
She was suffering from malarial fever, and seemed dying by inches.
A 1938 article in Nature stated: 'The scales-when roasted, cooked in oil, butter, vinegar, boy's urine or other substances-can cure various conditions, including hysterical crying in children, malarial fever, deafness, plus women possessed by ogres or devils.'
A Doune soldier, said to have 'all the characteristics of the British Tommy', died of malarial fever while serving in Palestine.
It has plasmodiastatic properties, i.e., it decelerates the growth rate of Plasmodium in your body, indirectly controlling malarial fever.
Malarial Fever: Intake Tulsi leave-based tea every three hours for cure.
Billed as 'a game show that thinks it's a sitcom' - it's not, it's more a malarial fever dream that thinks it's entertainment - it features Noel as the proprietor of a corner shop where contestants have to guess the price of various items.
Billed as 'a game show that thinks it's a sitcom' - it's not, Cheap host Noel it's more a malarial fever dream that thinks it's entertainment - it features Noel as the proprietor of a corner shop where contestants have to guess the price of various items.
Indeed evolution by natural selection is a promising case for a counterfactual study because it is a famous case of "simultaneous discovery." Alfred Russel Wallace came up with something similar in a malarial fever dream, impelling Darwin to publish sooner than he would have liked.
He had history of Plasmodium vivax malarial fever 15 days before admission.