herpetic fever

her·pet·ic fe·ver

a disease of short duration, apparently infectious, marked by chills, nausea, elevation of temperature, sore throat, and a herpetic eruption on the face and other areas; primary infection is with herpes simplex virus.

her·pet·ic fe·ver

(hĕr-petik fēvĕr)
Disease of short duration, apparently infectious, marked by chills, nausea, elevation of temperature, sore throat, and a herpetic eruption on face and other areas; primary infection is with herpes simplex virus.