three-day fever


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three-day fever

[′thrē ¦dā ′fē·vər]
(medicine)
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The disease was called phlebotomus fever, pappataci fever, or three-day fever. In 1937, a massive outbreak occurred in Athens, Greece (online Technical Appendix Table).
Sandfly fever, also known as 'three-day fever' or 'pappataci fever' or 'Phlebotomus fever' is a viral infection that causes self-limited influenza-like symptoms and characterized by a rapid onset.
Most people experienced mild "three-day fever" with full recovery.