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febrile

of or relating to fever; feverish
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Although febrile seizures are poorly understood, a family history of the condition is thought to increase the risk.
FS are common between 6 months to 5 years of age with febrile episodes, that are not associated with any central nervous system infection or any metabolic abnormalities and without history of previous afebrile seizures.
developed normally but suffered from benign febrile seizures.
Most standard-dose chemotherapy regimens are associated with 6-8 days of neutropenia, and febrile neutropenia is observed in approximately 8 cases per 1000 patients receiving cancer chemotherapy.
The modified Philadelphia criteria were highly sensitive for risk stratifying febrile infants, in a recent validation study based on a large, multi-center sample, investigators report.
There is no explanation for this male predominance, but some researchers considered that boys have a predisposition to the febrile illnesses that may cause FS (2,9,17,19).
Oncology partners The Mundipharma network reported on Friday the receipt of approval from the European Commission (EC) and the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) for Pelmeg (pegfilgrastim) for reduction of neutropenia and febrile neutropenia in adult patients treated with cytotoxic chemotherapy for malignancy.
patients with febrile seizures and patients without febrile seizures.
A 39-year-old lady was referred to a rheumatology clinic with a history of recurrent febrile illness.
One of the most important complications of chemotherapy is febrile neutropenia and it is an important factor in terms of mortality.