Pyrexia

Raised body temperature, fever.

pyrexia

(Gr. pyressein to be feverish) a fever, or a febrile condition; abnormal elevation of the body temperature.
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pyrexia

(pi-rek´se-ә) fever. adj., pyrex´ial., adj.
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Pyrexia

• (n.) The febrile condition.
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pyrexia

<clinical sign> A fever or a febrile condition, abnormal elevation of the body temperature. ... Origin: Gr. Pyressein = to be feverish ... (06 Oct 1997) ...
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Pyrexia

Py·rex'i·a noun ; plural Pyrexiæ . [ New Latin , from Greek ... to be feverish, akin to ... fever.] (Medicine) The febrile condition.
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Pyrexia

a body temperature of above 98.6°F in the mouth or 99.8°F in the rectum
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Pyrexia

a fever or a febrile condition, abnormal elevation of the body temperature
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pyrexia

Condition in which the temperature of a human being or mammal is above normal.
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Pyrexia

Dysentery describes a group of infections characterized by inflammation of the small and large intestine with diarrhea often containing blood. The two main types are amoebic dysentery of the tropics and bacillary dysentery which occurs throughout the world.
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pyrexia

Elevated temperature, fever.
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pyrexia

fever
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pyrexia

Fever, elevated body temperature.
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Pyrexia

Fever.
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Pyrexia

Fever. Body temperature above 37 degrees Celsius
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Pyrexia

Medical term meaning fever.
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pyrexia

pyrexia, pyrexial, pyrexic, pyrexical To be feverish.
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Pyrexia

see dysentery
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Pyrexia

See dysentery.
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pyrexia

Type: Term Pronunciation: pī-rek′sē-ă Synonyms: fever
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