This study provides evidence of a transition of febrile disease
etiology from Plasmodium spp.
He said that dengue or break-bone fever is an acute febrile disease
that is characterized by a sudden onset with fever, severe bodily pain in joints, slow pulse, decrease in red blood corpus cells and measles-like skin eruption.
Individuals who have acquired partial immunity through previous bouts of malaria develop a 'parasitic threshold' below which parasitaemia will not cause febrile disease
, but the non-immune, malaria-naive traveller will develop febrile disease
at very low parasite counts (~10/[micro]l).
Terrorists have successfully used the acute, highly contagious, febrile disease
as a biochemical agent with plans to spread it into several sport arenas, airports, and shopping malls to maximize its deadly effects.
Schattner A, Klepfish A, Caspi A: Chronic aortic dissection presenting as a prolonged febrile disease
and arterial embolization.
This volume contains, first, a social and cultural history of febrile disease
in the early modern period.
While some ehrlichia infections are not apparent, they may cause an acute febrile disease
of varying severity, with an estimated fatality incidence of 2% to 3%.
Only a few reports describe isolation of this virus from humans in Central and South America with symptoms ranging from subclinical to severe febrile disease
Malaria RDTs have the potential to greatly enhance management of febrile disease
and allow prompt access to antimalarial drugs.
The 2 horses with febrile disease
and 2 with mild nervous disease recovered fully.
According to a Japanese Infectious Agents Surveillance Report, this virus is one of the major causes of herpangina, an acute febrile disease
characterized by vesicles, ulcers, and redness around the uvula, which occurs mainly in young children and infants.
West Nile virus (WNV), a mosquito-borne flavivirus, may cause outbreaks of febrile disease
and encephalitis in humans and horses.