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pyretic

 [pi-ret´ik]

feb·rile

(feb'ril, fē'brīl),
Denoting or relating to fever.
Synonym(s): feverish (1) , pyrectic, pyretic

pyretic

/py·ret·ic/ (pi-ret´ik)

pyretic

(pī-rĕt′ĭk)
adj.
Relating to, producing, or affected by fever.

pyretic

[pīrek′tik]
Etymology: Gk, pyretos, fever
pertaining to or characterized by fever. Also called pyrectic.

feb·rile

(feb'ril)
Denoting or relating to fever.
Synonym(s): feverish (1) , pyretic.
[L. febris, fever]
pyrectic
febrile,
, pyretic (pī-rektik, -retik)
Synonym(s): febrile.

pyretic

pertaining to fever.
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The first and last samples that were positive by neutralization test, RT-PCR, or both were collected from pyretic horses on September 15 and October 25, respectively.
It frequently occurs as a self-limiting nonspecific influenza-like pyretic disease and is easily missed.
NSAID have known anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti pyretic and antithrombotic effects, (1) although their in-vivo effects in treating musculoskeletal injuries in humans remain largely unknown.
He learned that guinea pigs were good hosts for the typhus organism and showed that certain guinea pigs could have apyretic typhus after a primary infection of pyretic typhus.