fatigue fever

fa·tigue fe·ver

an elevation of the body temperature, lasting sometimes several days, after excessive and long continued muscular exertion.

fatigue fever

a benign episode of fever and muscle pain after overexertion. The symptoms are caused by an accumulation of the metabolic waste products of muscle contractions and may persist for several days.

fa·tigue fe·ver

(fă-tēg' fē'vĕr)
A benign fever and muscle pain caused by accumulation of metabolites following overexertion.

fa·tigue fe·ver

(fă-tēg' fē'vĕr)
Elevation of the body temperature, lasting sometimes several days, after excessive and long-continued muscular exertion.