febricula


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fe·bric·u·la

(fĕ-brik'yū-lă),
A simple continued fever; a mild fever of short duration, of indefinite origin, and without any distinctive pathology.
[L. dim. of febris, fever]
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fe·bric·u·la

(fĕ-brik'yū-lă)
A simple continued fever; a mild fever of short duration, of indefinite origin, and without any distinctive pathology.
[L. dim. of febris, fever]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Segundo a literatura, os dados que levam a essa suspeita sao uma rapida progressao das lesoes, formacao de conglomerados e grandes opacidades, alem dos sintomas constitucionais como astenia, emagrecimento e febricula persistente (1).
A textbook written in 1750 by an English physician, Sir Richard Manningham, described symptoms of a disease he calls "febricula," or "little fever," which sound strikingly similar to those of chronic fatigue syndrome.
* Sintomas como dolor abdominal, vomitos diarrea, sensacion de fiebre y escalofrios o febricula, y signos de inflamacion peritoneal, rebote peritoneal.