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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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Fever of Unknown Origin in the 1980s: An update of the Diagnostic Spectrum.
Fever of unknown origin with granulomatous hepatitis, uveitis and acute renal failure.
Q fever is a protean illness with a wide differential diagnosis, encompassing causes of atypical pneumonia, hepatitis, encephalitis, carditis, osteomyelitis, miscarriage, and fever of unknown origin.
Atypical presentations of cat-scratch disease included prolonged fever / fever of unknown origin, granulomatous hepatitis, conjunctivitis with preauricular adenopathy (Parinaud's oculoglandular syndrome), encephalopathy/encephalitis, osteomyelitis, and ocular disease.
A Over the years, a number of studies have addressed the issues of timing and volume of blood specimens needed for the optimal detection of bacteremia in patients with acute sepsis, infective endocarditis, or fever of unknown origin.
Pediatricians should consider tuberculosis (TB) in their evaluation of children who develop fever of unknown origin after liver transplantation, according to a UK pediatric transplant team.
This patient presented with fever of unknown origin, arthritis, hepatosplenomegaly, leucocytosis and liver function abnormalities.
Kikuchi disease:Arare cause of fever of unknown origin.
A total of 60 patients in the age group from birth to 75 years attending the medicine and pediatric departments diagnosed with fever of unknown origin (FUO) in whom common illnesses including enteric fever, dengue, malaria, and brucellosis were ruled out were included.
Subacute thyroiditis manifesting as fever of unknown origin.
The following day, her 14-year-old brother presented with high fever of unknown origin and severe pallor.