fièvre boutonneuse


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fièvre boutonneuse

[′fyev·rə bü·tə′nāz]
(medicine)
A mild febrile rickettsial disease of humans caused by Rickettsia conori; characterized by a rash, tache noire (primary ulcer), and swollen lymph glands. Also known as boutonneuse fever; Marseilles fever.