The ever recurrent fever of expectancy assailed Martin as he took the bundle of long envelopes.
The resemblance of the malaria parasite to that of recurrent fever is noted in the work of Sacharoff.
Mackie, in India, has found that it is capable of transmitting the Asiatic type of recurrent fever.
recurrent fever n.
See relapsing fever.
relapsing fever n.
An acute infectious disease caused by a strain of Borrelia transmitted by lice or ticks and marked by recurring febrile attacks lasting about six days and separated from one other by apyretic intervals of about the same length. Also called recurrent fever.