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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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Most patients with rickettsial diseases, such as Japanese spotted fever and scrub typhus, do not notice a tick or mite bite (4), but a leech bite is easy to detect because the site bleeds for an extended time due to hirudin in leech saliva.
Clinical study of Japanese spotted fever and its aggravating factors.
In Japan, rickettsioses such as Japanese spotted fever and scrub typhus, caused by Rickettsia japonica and Orientia tsutsugamushi, respectively, occur frequently.
Japanese spotted fever (JSF) and scrub typhus, which are caused by infection with Rickettsia japonica and Orientia tsutsugamushi, respectively, are common rickettsioses in Japan (1).
To the Editor: Japanese spotted fever (JSF), caused by Rickettsia japonica, is the most prevalent tickborne infectious disease in Japan (1), occurring most frequently in central and western regions (http://idsc.nih.
Before publication of a 1984 report about Japanese spotted fever (JSF) caused by Rickettsia japonica, scrub typhus caused by Orientia tsutsugamushi had been known as the sole rickettsiosis in Japan (1).
The first case of Japanese spotted fever (JSF), caused by R.
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