tertian malaria


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tertian malaria

[′tər·shən mə′ler·ē·ə]
(medicine)
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Acute non-cardiogenic lung injury in bening tertian malaria.
The relatively severe course of PF compared to PV separates these two species and, hence, the terms Malignant and Benign Tertian Malaria are used respectively.
Plasmodium Falciparum causes malignant tertian malaria and can lead to complicated ma- laria like cerebral malaria and multi organ involve- ment.
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.
Involvement of central nervous system in benign tertian malaria is known to occur since year 1921 (19).