malariae malaria

ma·lar·i·ae ma·lar·i·a

a malarial fever with paroxysms that typically recur every 72 hours or every fourth day, reckoning the day of the paroxysm as the first; due to the schizogony and release of merozoites from infected cells, with invasion of new red blood corpuscles by Plasmodium malariae.

ma·lar·i·ae ma·la·ri·a

(mă-lar'ē-ē mă-lar'ē-ă)
A malarial fever with paroxysms that recur every 72 hours or every fourth day, reckoning the day of the paroxysm as the first; due to the schizogony and release of merozoites from infected cells, with invasion of new red blood corpuscles by Plasmodium malariae.
Synonym(s): quartan malaria.

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Q. Malaria threatening? My cousin suffering from malaria but is it not as serious as some have suggested. Though its beginning is very old past, is it still threatening for someone even after we have enough medicine? Is the available medicine is enough are still anyone is researching about it?

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