exanthematous fever

ex·an·them·a·tous fe·ver

fever associated with an exanthem.
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By using a simple protocol (Table), it should be possible to gather evidence using a case-control format comparing the frequency of a secondary flavivirus antibody response in convalescent-phase serum samples of persons experiencing any defined acute Zika virus disease syndromes, such as exanthematous fever, congenital Zika syndrome, or GBS (i.
Peripheral polyneuropathy commonly occurs following exanthematous fevers and as a complication of various acute bacterial infections, but it is highly doubtful whether there is direct invasion of the nerves by micro-organisms.