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Apyrexia (Graece ἀπυρεξία < ἀ- privativum + πυρέσσειν 'febri laborare, febricitare' < πῦρ 'ignis') in pathologia est intervallum solitum vel spatium intermissionis in febre.[1] Verbum etiam meram febris absentiam significare potest.[2] Inter morbos quorum indicia apyrexiam aliquando comprehendunt est malaria.[3][4]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Apyrexia" in Encyclopaedia Britannica 1911.
  2. "Apyrexia" in The American Heritage Stedman's Medical Dictionary, ed. 2a.
  3. Firth 1913.
  4. Ward 1919.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Cormier, Loretta A. 2011. The ten-thousand year fever: rethinking human and wild primate malarias. Walnut Creek Californiae: Left Coast Press. ISBN 9781598744828. ISBN 9781598744835 (charta).
  • Firth, R. H. 1913. The Nature and Detection of Apyrexial Malaria. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps 20(2):129–134. Textus plenus.
  • Jackson, L. N., et Margaret H. Jackson. 1949. Fulminating Apyrexial Postpartum Streptococcal Peritonitis. The Lancet 254(6570): 195–196. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(49)91195-2. Textus plenus (situs lucrativus).
  • Ward, Gordon. 1919. Apyrexial Symptoms in Malaria. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 12(Med Sect): 15–38. Textus plenus.