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Synonyms for fever

Synonyms for fever

a rise in the temperature of the body

intense nervous anticipation

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CSD should always be suspected in patients with fever of unknown origin if an epidemiologic risk factor such as exposure to cats or kittens is present.
Multiple myeloma in a patient with fever of unknown origin and cholestasis.
Key Words: adverse drug effect, central nervous system toxicity, elderly, fever of unknown origin, neuroleptic malignant syndrome
The Company is also conducting additional clinical trials with NeutroSpec to evaluate its market potential as an imaging agent for other indications such as osteomyelitis (infection deep inside a bone), fever of unknown origin, post-surgical abscess, inflammatory bowel disease and pulmonary imaging.
The Company is also conducting additional clinical trials with NeutroSpec(TM) to expand its market potential as an imaging agent for other indications such as osteomyelitis (infection deep inside a bone), fever of unknown origin, post-surgical abscess, inflammatory bowel disease and pulmonary imaging.
In 2007, findings of a retrospective study of undiagnosed enteric illnesses in the United States were published, including results from analysis of a fecal sample from an infant girl whose symptoms were diagnosed as fever of unknown origin in 1981.
1) Other initial clinical presentations include fever of unknown origin, epidural mass, splenic pathology, (1) intra-abdominal mass, autoimmune hemolytic anemia, immune thrombocytopenia, (6) and extranodal primary involvement.
These included fever of unknown origin in 8 patients (16 percent) and documented infections in 18 patients (36 percent): pneumonia in 12, bacterial in 6, fungal in 1, others in 3 and minor infections in 1.
A study conducted during 4 months in 1966 at the 93rd Evacuation Hospital in Long Binh, South Vietnam, evaluated 110 cases of fever of unknown origin (FUO, i.
His recent history included a prolonged hospitalization at an affiliated hospital for fever of unknown origin.
These investigators reported that LeukoScan, which has been marketed by Immunomedics in Europe since 1997, located such pathological findings as endo- and pericarditis, pneumonia, and infections of abdominal organs, particularly in patients with fever of unknown origin.
It is anticipated that INFECTON will be useful for imaging infection in several serious medical conditions such as fever of unknown origin, osteomyelitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis, wound infection, abdominal abscess, equivocal appendicitis and opportunistic infections in immune compromised patients.
However, evidence exists that a large proportion of fever of unknown origin (FUO) can be attributed to bacterial bloodstream infections (BBSI).
Chronic Aortic Dissection as a Cause of Fever of Unknown Origin