fever

[n] - a rise in the temperature of the body 2. [n] - intense nervous anticipation
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Fever

Normal body temperature for a healthy adult lies between 36° and 38° Celsius ( 96.8° and 100.4° Fahrenheit). Body temperature above 38° C (100.4° F) is considered to be fever.
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Fever

(fevers) An abnormally high body temperature. Usually taken to mean a temperature above 38oC or 98.4oF.
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Fever

A fever is when you have a high body temperature (over 38C or 100.4F).
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fever

<clinical sign> A rise in body temperature above normal usually as a natural response to infection. Typically an oral temperature greater than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit constitutes a fever. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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fever

noun intense nervous anticipation; `in a fever of resentment`
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fever

febrility noun a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection
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fever

abnormally high bodily temperature or a disease of which an abnormally high temperature is characteristic. Although most often associated with ... [6 related articles]
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fever

Type: Term Definitions: 1. pyrexiophobia.
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FEVER

A rise in body temperature caused by a change in the thermoregulatory set-point in the brain; usually caused by disease.
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Fever

Fever (also known as pyrexia or febrile response) is one of the most common medical signs and is characterized by an elevation of body temperature above the normal range of {convert|36.5|–|37.5|C|F|1} due to an increase in the temperature regulatory set-point. This increase in set-point triggers increased muscle tone and chills. As a person`s t....
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Fever

Although a fever technically is any body temperature above the normal of 98.6 degrees F. (37 degrees
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Fever

Temperature in cats that is over 102
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Fever

[B.Traits song] `Fever` is the debut single performed by DJ and producer B.Traits. It was released on 23 March 2012 as a digital download in the United Kingdom. The song features vocals from British singer Elisabeth Troy. It peaked at number 36 on the UK Singles Chart. ==Music video== A music video to accompany the release of `Fever` was fi...
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Fever

[Tone Damli song] `Fever` is a song by Norwegian singer Tone Damli from her third studio album Sweet Fever (2007). It was released in Norway on 12 March 2007. The song has peaked to number 6 on the Norwegian Singles Chart. ==Track listing== ==Chart performance== ==Release history== ...
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