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remittent

(of a fever or the symptoms of a disease) characterized by periods of diminished severity
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Ljubisavljevic et al., "INF-[beta]1b therapy modulates l-arginine and nitric oxide metabolism in patients with relapse remittent multiple sclerosis," Journal of the Neurological Sciences, vol.
A week before, she had been examined in the emergency department for widespread pruritic erythematous-edematous plaques associated with remittent fever (up to 38.5 [degrees]C) and sore throat.
A continuous pattern of fever was found in 211 patients (58.3%), while 58 patients (16%) presented with a remittent pattern, and 87 patients (23.2%) showed intermittent fever symptoms.
" The fever may be low grade or high grade and remittent. A running nose, nasal congestion, headache, redness of the eyes, cough, muscle and joint pains and skin rash could be present.
Nakajo-Nishimura syndrome (NNS) is a very rare disorder starting in infancy with pernio-like rashes during the first cold months, gradually evolving into lipodystrophy mainly in the face and upper extremities and remittent fevers, firstly described in 1939 in Japan [99, 100, 108]; a distinct homozygous PSMB8 mutation encoding the proteasome [beta]5i subunit has been identified as its genetic cause, leading to reduced proteolytic activity and accumulation of ubiquitin proteins.
The term used during the colonial period by medical doctors was benh sot ret, which translates as the disease of fevers and chills, with the words ui and ngu'o'c, meaning 'remittent' or 'recurring' sometimes added.
At admission, he had remittent fever reaching up to 39.8[degrees] C, fatigue, and lethargy.
The acute systemic phase of illness begins abruptly with a high remittent fever (38o to 40o C) and headache, chills, rigors, and myalgias; conjunctival suffusion without purulent discharge; abdominal pain; anorexia, nausea and vomiting; diarrhea, and cough and pharynigitis; a pretibial maculopapular cutaneous eruption occurs rarely.
They then divided the data into four categories: never, which included individuals who had not reported that symptom during childhood or adulthood; incident, which included individuals who had never reported the symptom in childhood, but had reported at least one incident in adulthood; remittent, including participants who reported at least one incident in childhood and none in adulthood; and persistent, which included individuals who had at least one report of a symptom during both childhood and adulthood.
Remittent painful ophthalmoplegia: the Tolosa-Hunt syndrome?
The root extract or oil also contains terpenoids such as himachalol, atlantone and trans-atlantone similar to those found in trunk oil (Khan and Naheed, 1988, Onoda et al 1989, Parveen, 2006).Some other plants are also in use as medicinal plants e.g Tariq et al (2010) reported the essential oil of root stock the modified stem (rhizome) of Acorus calamus as a medicine for stomach complaints, snake bite, insect repellent and for remittent fever.
Turkey and Iran are neighbors with a remittent relationship in the volatile Middle East, and diplomatic relations between the regional powers have cooled with regard to Turkey's cooperation on a bilateral and regional level with the US, which is "the Great Satan".