These cases were diagnosed on blood smears as benign tertian
If the supposed absence of putrefaction in the corpse means that he had been declared dead when he was in fact rather in a deep coma, this condition could be evidence that his illness was malaria tropica or malarial hemoglobinuria (better known as blackwater fever), which can arise as a complication after malignant tertian
malaria Plasmodium falciparum).
Cynthia Gartman, senior director of franchise administration at Accor Franchising North America, LLC and Tertian
Barnes, director, global diversity at Yum
As implied by its descriptive name, "benign tertian
malaria," infection due to Plasmodium vivax is generally not fatal.
Falciparum malaria malignant tertian
malaria is a potentialy fatal infection
Three More, who is a half-sister to Group 3 winner Kefaah and smart pair Primary and Tertian
out of a sister to Nobiliary, is the dam of 2001 juvenile scorer Trilogy.
He and Woods had founded a Franciscan tertian
community, where members kept their secular jobs, lived and prayed in community, as well as teaching in the parish and visiting the sick and dying.
The ancient Greek physician Dioscorides had first classified malarial fevers as tertian
and quartan, that is, recurring cyclically every first and third day or every first and fourth day.
This difference in biological therapy--"White people respond best to tertian
malaria (plasmodium vivax); negroes to quartan (plasmodium malariae)"--was acknowledged in the Journal of the National Medical Association and both the syphilology and malariology literature.
Wright and Tertian
associate Herzberg's extrinsic factors with Maslow's lower order needs.
The second method of change is tertian
through a constitutional convention.
Elizondo, who currently lives in Mexico, had a profound impact on many Central American Jesuits as novice master and later tertian
instructor, provincial, and respected spiritual director.