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defervescence

 [def″er-ves´ens]
the period of abatement of fever.

def·er·ves·cence

(def'ĕr-ves'ents),
Falling of an elevated temperature; abatement of fever.
[L. de-fervesco, to cease boiling, fr. de- neg. + fervesco, to begin to boil]

defervescence

/def·er·ves·cence/ (def″er-ves´ens) the period of abatement of fever.

defervescence

(dē′fər-vĕs′əns)
n.
The abatement of a fever.

de′fer·vesce′ (-vĕs′) v.
de′fer·ves′cent adj.

defervescence

[di′fərves′əns]
Etymology: L, defervescere, to reduce heat
the diminishing or disappearance of a fever. defervescent, adj.

def·er·ves·cence

(def'ĕr-ves'ĕns)
Falling of an elevated temperature; abatement of fever.
[L. de-fervesco, to cease boiling, fr. de- neg. + fervesco, to begin to boil]

defervescence

The period during which a fever is returning to normal.

Defervescence

Return to normal body temperature after high fever.
Mentioned in: Paratyphoid Fever

def·er·ves·cence

(def'ĕr-ves'ĕns)
Falling of an elevated temperature; abatement of fever.
[L. de-fervesco, to cease boiling, fr. de- neg. + fervesco, to begin to boil]

defervescence

the period of abatement of fever. Called also decrement.