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quintan

 [kwin´tan]
recurring every five days (i.e., on the fourth day after the previous episode).
quintan fever trench fever.

quin·tan

(kwin'tăn),
Recurring every fifth day, including the first day of an episode in the computation, that is, after a free interval of 3 days.
[L. quintus, fifth]

quintan

/quin·tan/ (kwin´tan) recurring every fifth day, as a fever.

quintan

[kwin′tən]
Etymology: L, quintanus, relating to the fifth
recurring on the fifth day, or at about 96-hour intervals. See also trench fever.

quin·tan

(kwin'tăn)
Recurring every fifth day, including the first day of an episode in the computation, i.e., after a free interval of three days.
[L. quintus, fifth]

quintan

recurring every 5 days (every fourth day).
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