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REMITTENT OR CONTINUOUS MALARIAL FEVER (Aestivo-Autumnal Fever)





Category: Infectious Diseases

This
form occurs in the temperate zone regions, especially in the summer and
autumn. The symptoms vary greatly. The fever may be irregularly
intermittent, but at longer intervals than the Tertian variety. The cold
stage is often absent, and in the hot the temperature falls gradually. The
appearance is often like typhoid for there may be then hardly any
remission of fever.





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