The consideration of generalized lymph nodes enlargement, pallor mucous membrane, pyrexia
, pica, coughing and respiratory distress, lacrimation and exophthalmia as the major clinical markers might be pivotal in clinical diagnosis of theileriosis in the field conditions.
Herpes zoster and rash were commonly reported for ZVL, whereas systemic reactions including pyrexia
and chills were commonly reported for RZV.
Nausea, headache, increased gamma-glutamyltransferase, depression, flatulence, decreased appetite, peripheral edema, pyrexia
Migration of pain, continuous abdominal pain and presence of an appendicolith on X-ray, guarding, rebound tenderness, thickened appendixwall, gurgling, neutrophilia, leucocytosis, increased appendix diameter on ultrasound, localized gas deposition on X-ray, bilious vomiting, periappendiceal free fluid, localized air-fluid level, scoliosis to the right side, pyrexia
, right lower quadrant tenderness, increased CRP levels, anorexia, and male gender were the other predictors with decreasing OR values, consecutively.
As far as we know, no previous report has described the pyrexia
(defined as a body temperature above 38.0[degrees]C, regardless of its duration) after colorectal ESD procedure.
of unknown origin and colorectal carcinoma," British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Ed.), vol.
The largest differences in frequencies were for the localized reactions of injection site pain and back pain, and systemic reactions of pyrexia
, headache, and arthralgia.
The table 11 shows significant incidence of complications (14.7%) in women with PROM, with puerperal pyrexia
(10.7%) as a major cause for maternal morbidity followed by wound infection (2.7%) (Fig.11).
Baker's Yeast Induced Pyrexia
was induced in rats by administering freeze-dried baker's yeast as 20% suspension in 0.9% saline (1 g/kg s.c.) in the nape of neck.
The most common adverse reactions in ERd and Rd (>10%), respectively, were diarrhea (59.2%, 49.3%), pyrexia
(43.0%, 27.7%), fatigue (40.0%, 34.7%), cough (33.2%, 20.3%), nasopharyngitis (29.5%, 27.7%), upper respiratory tract infection (25.2%, 22.7%), lymphopenia (17.6%, 13.6%), headache (17.2%, 9.6%), pneumonia (15.6%, 12.9%) and herpes zoster (10.0%, 5.7%).
Only 4% of patients discontinued pembrolizumab because of adverse events, including colitis, pyrexia
, pneumonitis, and thyroid abnormalities, said Dr.
Conclusion: Morphological and histological examination of bone marrow has definitive role in the diagnosis of pyrexia
of unknown origin.