Bilious fever

Loose term for illnesses with vomiting, fever and sometimes jaundice. Could be typhoid, malaria, typhus or hepatitis
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Bilious fever

intestinal or malarial fevers. See also typhus.
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Bilious fever

A term loosely applied to certain intestinal and malarial fevers. See typhus.
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Bilious fever

Another term used in place of typhus, which is an acute, infectious disease transmitted by lice and fleas. Symptoms include headache, arthralgia and myalgia, chills, high fever, falling blood pressure, stupor, delirium, rash that begins on chest and spreads to rest of trunk and extremities The early rash is faint and rose colored and fades with pre
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Bilious fever

Bilious fever refers to any fever that exhibits the symptom of nausea or vomiting in addition to an increase in internal body temperature and strong diarrhea. The term is no longer used, but was commonly used by medical practitioners in the 18th and 19th centuries, often cited as a cause on death certificates. ...
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Bilious Fever

A term loosely applied to certain intestinal and malarial fevers. See typhus.
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Bilious Fever

A term loosely applied to certain intestinal and malarial fevers. See typhus.
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Bilious Fever

A term loosely applied to certain intestinal and malarial fevers. See typhus.
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