low fever

low fever

(1) A nonspecific term for a fever—usually idiopathic—occurring in a patient with psychological depression. 
(2) Low-grade fever.
References in classic literature ?
Have patience with me, and bear with my languor and crossness a little while, till I get this cursed low fever out of my veins, and then you'll find me cheerful and kind as ever.
It is well for you that a low fever has forced you to abstain for the last three days: there would have been danger in yielding to the cravings of your appetite at first.
he took ill and died of a low fever, always being a sparing and a spare man, fule been a good son, and I think I meant to have been one.
I was struck down by low fever, and sentence was pronounced on me by my fellow-lodgers: 'Ah, poor thing,
Then came an illness, something in the nature of a low fever, which all at once removed him to a great distance from the perplexing actualities, from his very room, even.
Only 3 subjects among the 40 participants who completed the clinical studies experienced low fever or slight injection site irritation which disappeared within 24 hours.
Those who do become ill typically have mild symptoms, such as a low fever, rash, joint pain, pink eye and headaches.
According to Amnuay, the Omani man has low fever, cough and quickened breathing.
2 Risk factors for recurrence are low fever at initial seizure and family history of afebrile seizures.
Since December 2011, she had suffered from a dry cough accompanied by low fever and exertional dyspnea.
The symptoms include stiffness in the joints in the morning for a period spanning more than an hour, in addition to the inability to work the daily routine such as using a toothbrush and opening the door, fatigue, apathy, weakness, low fever and weight loss.