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Related to Mediterranean Spotted Fever: Rocky Mountain spotted fever, boutonneuse fever, African tick bite fever, Fievre boutonneuse

fever

(Excitement), noun agitation, ardor, arousing, delirium, desire, disquiet, eagerness, enthusiasm, exhilaration, fervency, fever pitch, feverish excitement, feverishness, fire, fomentation, frenzy, galvanization, heat, intensity, panic, passion, provocation, stimulation, stirring up, tizzy, turmoil, upset, working up, zeal, zealousness, zest
Associated concepts: proceedings reaching a fever pitch

fever

(Illness), noun affliction, ailment, eleeated temperature, feverishness, has a disorder, has a malady, has an affliction, has an ailment, ill health, illness, in poor health, infirmity, not healthy, sickness, temperature
Associated concepts: fee services, health care
See also: furor
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Incidence, clinical observations and risk factors in the severe form of Mediterranean spotted fever among patients admitted to hospital in Marseilles 1983-1984.
conorii Tick Mediterranean spotted fever basin (endemic in (boutonneuse southern Europe fever) and northern Africa) Disease Diagnosis Clinical picture Cutaneous Clinical Migrating erythematous larva migrans pruritic serpiginous lesions, most often on the buttocks and feet Dengue fever Culture or detection of High fever, headache, the virus in blood by backache, retroorbital polymerase chain reaction pain, transient or serologic studies morbilliform or scarlatiniform eruption which may be followed by a generalized erythematous eruption with islands of sparing.
slovaca infection in Portugal are not being recognized by clinicians or are being misdiagnosed as Mediterranean spotted fever.
To the Editor: Rickettsia conorii, the etiologic agent of Mediterranean spotted fever (MSF), is transmitted to humans by the brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus).
Laboratory-confirmed Mediterranean spotted fever in a Japanese traveler to Kenya.

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