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feb·rile

 (fĕb′rəl, fē′brəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or characterized by fever; feverish.

[Late Latin febrīlis, from Latin febris, fever.]

febrile

(ˈfiːbraɪl)
adj
(Medicine) of or relating to fever; feverish
[C17: from medical Latin febrīlis, from Latin febris fever]
febrility n

fe•brile

(ˈfi brəl, ˈfɛb rəl; esp. Brit. ˈfi braɪl)

adj.
pertaining to or marked by fever; feverish.
[1645–55; < New Latin, Medieval Latin febrilis, probably for Late Latin febribilis. See fever, -ile1]
fe•bril•i•ty (fɪˈbrɪl ɪ ti) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.febrile - of or relating to or characterized by fever; "a febrile reaction caused by an allergen"
afebrile - having no fever

febrile

adjective (Formal) feverish, hot, fevered, flushed, fiery, inflamed, delirious, pyretic (Medical) The child was in a febrile condition.

febrile

adjective
Being at a higher temperature than is normal or desirable:
Translations
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febrile

[ˈfiːbraɪl] ADJfebril

febrile

[ˈfiːbraɪl] adj (literary) [behaviour] → fébrile, fiévreux/euse

febrile

feb·rile

a. febril, calenturiento-a;
___ convulsionconvulsión ___.

febrile

adj febril
References in classic literature ?
"Well," said the curate, "no man but an idiot did." The rest stared at him with eyes arrested and riveted, and he went on in a febrile and feminine agitation.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] July 24 (ANI/NewsVoir): As part of its attempt to enter the Limca Book of Records for educating the maximum number of patients on seasonal febrile illnesses, Alkem Laboratories in association with the IJCP Group is conducting 'Fever Management Awareness Programmes' across 11 states in a single day.
FEBRILE SEIZURES EXPLAINED Q Do febrile convulsions tend to run in families or do they occur randomly?
The International League Against Epilepsy [ILAE] defines a febrile seizure [FS] as a seizure occurring in childhood after one month of age, associated with a febrile illness which is not due to infection of the central nervous system.
Where an expert testified that febrile seizures did not cause the death of the defendant's child, and the defendant had the means, motive and opportunity to intentionally cause the child's death, the defendant was properly convicted of capital murder even though the precise cause of death was unknown.
Now available in Germany, the Netherlands and Ireland, Pelmeg is indicated for the reduction of the duration of neutropenia and the incidence of febrile neutropenia in adult patients treated with cytotoxic chemotherapy for malignancy (with the exception of chronic myeloid leukaemia and myelodysplastic syndromes).
Risk stratification tools that omit lumbar puncture accurately classified most well-appearing febrile infants with invasive bacterial infections as being at low risk, results of a recent study show.
Additionally, data was presented at ASH that supports the combined use of Plinabulin and pegfilgrastim in chemotherapy patients at high risk for CIN and febrile neutropenia and may improve results over G-CSF alone, the current standard of care in the prevention of CIN.
Febrile seizures (FS) are the most common seizures that occur with a temperature of 38 [degree]C or higher in the absence of a history of prior a FS.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 26, 2018-The Mundipharma network wins EC and CHMP approval for Pelmeg for reduction of neutropenia and febrile neutropenia during cytotoxic chemotherapy
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Objective: To find out the association between iron deficiency anemia and febrile seizures in children.