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pyrexia

[pī′rek·sē·ə]
(medicine)
Elevation of temperature above the normal; fever.
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On clinical examination, she was pyrexial, pale, and tachypneic with oxygen saturation of 92% on room air.
In patients who were not fit for surgery due to associated injuries to vital organs, were hemodynamically unstable or due to active infection at injury site, or were pyrexial delayed interlocking nailing was performed when their over-all condition improved.
Anaphylactic reaction was seen in 3 (5.8%) patients, pyrexial reaction in 2 (3.8%) and urticaria in (1.9%) patient.
A 60-year-old female patient was admitted with a seven day history of pyrexial productive cough and increasing breathlessness.
On examination, 32% (n=34) were pyrexial. Kernig's or Brudzinski's signs were present in 19% (n=20) and terminal neck stiffness was felt in 36% (n=38).
The following day she re-attended A&E and found to be pyrexial (38.7[degrees]), tachycardic (102/min) with evidence of rigors and confusion.
A study investigated the possible association of PTB with histories of other medical diseases, like diabetes mellitus, maternal pyrexial illnesses with PTB1.
On examination he was mildly pyrexial, and there was a tender mass as well as signs of peritoneal irritation in the right lower abdomen.
She was pyrexial, pale, tachypnoeic and tachycardic with a large, right cervical lymph node.