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quotidian

 [kwo-tid´e-an]
1. recurring every day.
2. a form of intermittent malarial fever with daily recurrent paroxysms.
quotidian fever a fever that recurs every day, such as with a type of malaria.

quo·tid·i·an

(kwō-tid'ē-ăn),
Daily; occurring every day.
[L. quotidianus, daily, fr. quot, as many as, + dies, day]

quotidian

/quo·tid·i·an/ (kwo-tid´e-an) recurring every day; see malaria.

quotidian

(kwō-tĭd′ē-ən)
adj.
Recurring daily. Used especially of attacks of malaria.

quotidian

[kwōtid′ē·ən]
Etymology: L, quotidianus, daily
occurring every day, for example, a malarial fever with daily attacks.

quo·tid·i·an

(kwō-tid'ē-ăn)
Daily; occurring every day.
See also: quotidian malaria

quo·tid·i·an

(kwō-tid'ē-ăn)
Daily; occurring every day.

quotidian

recurring every day.
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