pyrexial


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py·rex·i·al

(pī-rek'sē-ăl),
Relating to fever.

pyrexial

adjective An obsolete term for febrile, see there.

py·rex·i·al

(pī-rek'sē-ăl)
Relating to fever.
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Literature review has shown that bone marrow studies should be considered significant in evaluating patients having long duration of pyrexial illness12.
On examination he was pyrexial, pale, tachycardic, with generalised peritonitis and a prolonged capillary refill time.
Eighty-nine per cent of respondents warned their patients about the 5-6-day 'dip', when patients typically called their surgeon and reported that pain had increased, and that they couldn't eat, had become pyrexial and wished to visit the surgeon.
She was found to be tender over her lumbar paraspinal muscles and was pyrexial. Laboratory investigations revealed iron deficiency anaemia (Hb-9.8, Ferritin 8.0) and a raised C-reactive protein (324).
He continued to be pyrexial with no obvious focus of infection and rapidly went into respiratory failure requiring ventilatory support.
All 31 patients presented with abdominal pain; 52% were pyrexial; vomiting occurred in 6 (19%); 84% presented with a cloudy dialysate fluid; and in 2, the dialysate fluid was cloudy and had strands.
Additionally, the patient became pyrexial, with a temperature of 39.3 degrees centigrade.
He was pyrexial and had a tachycardia, localised tenderness over the left iliac fossa and a mild leucocytosis.
Clinically her observations were haemodynamically normal other than a pyrexial at 38.1[degrees] C with rebound tenderness in the right iliac fossa.