roseola

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There were fireflies abroad that night, too, increasing the gramarye of it.
True, he had beheld shooting stars (this in reply to Bassett's contention); but likewise had he beheld the phosphorescence of fungoid growths and rotten meat and fireflies on dark nights, and the flames of wood- fires and of blazing candle-nuts; yet what were flame and blaze and glow when they had flamed and blazed and glowed?
A few fireflies flitted by us; and the solitary snipe, as it rose, uttered its plaintive cry.
At these times the fireflies are seen flitting about from hedge to hedge.
16) Clinically, they cause exanthem subitum (roseola infantum), and biopsy is extremely uncommon given the characteristic clinical syndrome.
Exanthem subitum (roseola infantum) misdiagnosed as measles or rubella.
These 3 herpesviruses, causing mononucleosis, gingivostomatitis, and exanthem subitum, respectively, remain in a steady state held at bay by cell-mediated immunity.