Gambian fever

Gam·bi·an fe·ver

an irregular relapsing fever, lasting 1-4 days with intermissions of 2-5 days, marked by enlargement of the spleen, rapid pulse, and breathing; due to the presence in the blood of Trypanosoma brucei gambiense, the pathogenic microorganism of Gambian or West African sleeping sickness.
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