polyleptic fever

pol·y·lep·tic fe·ver

a fever occurring in two or more paroxysms; for example, smallpox, relapsing fever, intermittent fever. Compare: monoleptic fever.

polyleptic fever,

a fever occurring paroxysmally, such as smallpox and relapsing fever.

polyleptic fever

(1) Relapsing fever (borreliosis). 
(2) A nonspecific term for any fever characterised by recurring temperature spikes.
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