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at 1072 (stating "[t]hus, for example, are the assets held for future, or remittent, use in the business?
Part of the problem was that doctors and patients alike were confused by the fact that malaria, cholera, yellow fever, and other common illnesses like bilious remittent fever and intermittent autumnal fever had similar symptoms.
In November, poor darling Sabina was seized with a remittent fever, which came on suddenly', Georgiana Molloy wrote in 1834:
1-5] Medical attention is often sought for this illness because its symptoms are frequently remittent and severe.
It is crucial for remittent ulcerative colitis patients to stay on treatment to prevent relapse, yet these patients often fail or switch 5-ASA therapy due to non-adherence or lack of efficacy," said study author Gary R.
Cases were selected with complaint of untreated fever of short duration and/or raised body temperature without any pre-existing documented systemic illness with clinical features like fever-paroxysmal, remittent or intermittent, chills, anaemia, splenomegaly, hepatomegaly, headache, vomiting, drowsiness, altered behaviour, confusion, unarousable coma, etc.
There is also reference to malarial fevers taking on a typhoid or typhus character and dysentery being associated with the remittent form of malaria.
On June 8, a female resident of Bay County in the Florida Panhandle consulted a physician because of a 5-day history of remittent fever, chills, myalgia, and headaches.
INTRODUCTION: Kala-azar is a chronic infection of the reticulo-endothelial system, characterized by fever (Continuous or remittent in nature), with loss of bodyweight, spleenomegaly, hepatomegaly, anemia and dark pigmentation of skin and hence the name.
According to Andese et al [8] most patients experience remittent AFS disease despite corticosteroid therapy and aggressive sinus surgery.