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afebrile

[¦ā¦fēb‚ril]
(medicine)
Without fever.
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On examination, she was 14 weeks' pregnant, apyrexial, with a pulse rate of 74 bpm and a blood pressure of 140/60 mmHg, and was HIV-negative.
On examination, she was apyrexial, with tenderness in the right iliac fossa region.
She was apyrexial, with a white cell count (WCC) of 6.84 x [10.sup.9]/L and a C-reactive protein (CRP) level of 118 mg/L.
The patient was apyrexial and laboratory tests were unremarkable.
On examination he was well generally, apyrexial with vital signs all within normal limits.
On examination, he was apyrexial with a blood pressure of 170/70 mm Hg, a heart rate of 65 bpm, a respiratory rate of 14 bpm and Sa[0.sub.2] of 98% on room air.
Physical examination showed the patient to be hemodynamically stable and apyrexial. Both shoulders were obviously swollen and the range of movement was severely limited by pain, both actively and passively.
On examination she was apyrexial, with a pulse rate of 120/min and a blood glucose level of 8.0 mmol/l.
Further examination revealed that she was apyrexial and dehydrated.
Within 3 days, the patient's condition improved, and after a further 5 days she was apyrexial (8).