quintan


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quintan

(ˈkwɪntən)
adj
(Pathology) (of a fever) occurring every fourth day
[C17: from Latin febris quintāna fever occurring every fifth day, reckoned inclusively]
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quin·tan

n. quintana, fiebre recurrente cada cinco días.
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