5) Family history of recurrent fever
was also the main clue for the diagnosis of TRAPS in a two-year-old Japanese girl reported by Yasumura et al.
Blood cultures were repeated in case of persistent or recurrent fever
, or as clinically indicated.
with no sign of infection is another classic presentation of neuroblastoma and served as the chief complaint in this case.
Edwards pointed out that recurrent fever
may result from identified infections or may be stereotypical and episodic without an infection.
All criteria have high sensitivity, but low specificity; particularly in the pediatric age group where recurrent fever
attacks are more common than in adults.
Since then many different genetically determined diseases characterized by recurrent fever
were collectively termed as hereditary periodic fevers' (HPFs).
Symptoms include anemia, recurrent fever
, and swelling of the lower chest, abdomen and legs.
A 53-year-old male with end-stage renal disease secondary to insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus suffers recurrent fever
Supportive criteria include recurrent fever
, increased intensities on lung graphy, decreased carbondioxide diffusion capacity, presence of precipitating antibody, granuloma on lung bioopsy (generally not necessary) and improvement with avoidance of contact (2).
Contributed by pediatrics and infectious disease specialists from the US, they relate to urinary tract infections, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, tinea capitis, tick-borne illness, atypical pneumonia, otitis media, pharyngitis, viral testing, diarrhea, upper respiratory tract infection/sinusitis, community-acquired pneumonia, Epstein-Barr virus/cytomegalovirus, lymphadenopathy, candidiasis, and prolonged or recurrent fever
A history of recurrent illness symptoms including fever, chills, sweats, myalgias, vomiting, myalgia, nervousness, recurrent fever
, stomach ache, nose bleeding, photophobia, arthralagia, cough and head ache.
KARACHI, February 03, 2012 (Balochistan Times): Frequent pain, weight loss, recurrent fever
, loss of appetite, swelling of glands, visible tumours on the body are some of the symptoms that require parents to take their children to the child oncologist for a medical advice.
Now he's battling a recurrent fever
that's keeping him from going home.
This code was also used for malaria fever and recurrent fever
A 12 yr old HIV positive boy from Nagaland, India presented with history of recurrent fever
, cough, weight loss, diarrhoea, and generalised papular, smooth, dome shaped and umbilicated skin lesions of varying size (2-10 mm) of one month duration.