apyrexia


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apyrexia

(ˌæpaɪˈrɛksɪə)
n
(Medicine) absence of fever
[C19: from a-1 + Greek puretos fever]
ˌapyˈretic adj
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We introduced amoxicillin/clavulanic acid (12 g/1,200 mg/d) associated with levofloxacin (500 mg 2x/d), leading to apyrexia and negative blood culture after 1 day.
L., a 17-year-old girl, with no pathological history and no notion of contact with dogs, reported since 3 months right thoracic pain, stage III of mMRC dyspnea, chest tightness, and some episodes of hemoptysis of low abundance evolving in a context of apyrexia, and conservation of the general state.
Examination findings revealed apyrexia, pallor, poor peripheral perfusion, and difficulty in breathing with global retraction and bilateral crepitations at pulmonary auscultation.
The hospital course was favorable with the disappearance of heart failure signs and apyrexia after the first week of treatment, along with regression of biological inflammatory syndrome.