acute febrile illness

Acute Febrile Illness

A nonspecific term for any illness of sudden onset accompanied by fever.

acute febrile illness

A nonspecific term for an illness of sudden onset accompanied by fever
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Bacteremia and malaria in Tanzanian children hospitalized for acute febrile illness.
Khalid added that Malaria is an acute febrile illness.
He said that malaria was an acute febrile illness, adding, in a nonimmune individual, symptoms appear seven days or more usually 10 to 15 days after the infective mosquito bite.
Dengue fever defined as acute febrile illness of last from two to seven days' with symptoms like headache, retro-orbital pain, myalgia, arthralgia, rash, haemorrhagic manifestations, or leucopenia.
A 62-yr old man presented with an episode of syncope and extreme fatigue for 5-days following an acute febrile illness.
Persistence of anti-leptospiral IgM, IgG and agglutinating antibodies in patients presenting with acute febrile illness in Barbados 1979-1989.
4) This case and the supportive evidence from the literature would indicate the necessity of including acute seroconversion syndrome in a list of differential diagnoses for bilateral facial nerve palsy, especially in sexually active patients who have had a prior acute febrile illness with rash or headache.
In view of this problem the above study was initiated which served as a screen for qualitative analysis of urine specimens in children with acute febrile illness presenting to a secondary care hospital.
Most patients who develop an acute febrile illness, unless they're very, very sick, don't see a doctor for 48 or 36 hours, so it's a matter of education of the public that there is something available.
Persons with acute febrile illness usually should not be vaccinated until their symptoms have abated.
Nabuchi said the girl was diagnosed in 1995 as suffering from Kawasaki disease, an acute febrile illness that results in an inflammation of blood vessels.

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