subfebrile

subfebrile

(sŭb-fē′brĭl) [″ + febris, fever]
Having a mildly increased body temperature, usually considered to be less than 101°F (38.3°C).
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When the patient reached the age of 3 years, she was reevaluated with a tendency to drowsiness, restlessness, fatigue, subfebrile fever and eating difficulties.
He was also hypotensive, subfebrile (37.3 [degrees]C), with elevated levels of inflammatory markers.
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An 87-year-old female and obese patient with hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and Alzheimer disease was admitted to emergency service because of abdominal distention, nausea, vomiting, and subfebrile fever lasting for 3 days.
of tumors 101 Tumor localization (%) * Lateral 68.3% * Posterior 5.9% * Dome and anterior 14.8% * Bladder neck 10.8% Tumor stage * Ta 18 * T1 40 Mean tumor diameter (cm) 1.7 cm Primary tumor rate (%) 38 (65.5%) Secondary tumor rate 20 (34.5%) Complications (%) * Dysuria-pollakiuria 89.6% * Hematuria 37.9% * Subfebrile fever 10.3% * Orchitis 3.4% Follow-up period (average) 18 months BMI: body mass index; F: female; M: male Table 2.
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He was admitted to our hospital with complaints of subfebrile temperature, exacerbated lower abdominal pain, and diarrhea for the past three weeks which was aggravated for three days with bloody diarrhea four to five times/daily.
Physical examination revealed a thin, pale, oriented, subfebrile (37.6[degrees]) patient.
Other presenting symptoms include weight loss, subfebrile fever, anorexia, diarrhoea, and frequent urination [11].
The procedure was uncomplicated and the patient recovered quickly, receiving prolonged antibiotic prophylaxis with amoxicillinclavulanic acid for 48 hours because he was subfebrile after the first 24 hours.
It was learned that the patient had a 4-month history of persistent subfebrile temperature; tests revealed pancytopenia and hepatosplenomegaly.