However, the relapsing fever had very probably increased, if not started, the cardiac trouble which eventually caused his death.
These are specially remarkable after attacks of relapsing fever.
As early as 1873, spirilla were demonstrated in relapsing fever.
In Edinburgh relapsing fever was first observed in February, 1843.
Although a few observers have doubted this contagiousness of relapsing fever, the evidence in its favor is overwhelming.
In Scotland the epidemic was a mixture of relapsing fever and typhus.
relapsing fever, with due care, is not likely to be confounded with typhoid fever.
The bedbug (Fig. 35) (Cimex lectularis) has been accused of transmitting plague, relapsing fever and other diseases.
Jaundice is apt to attend cases of relapsing fever which are complicated with pneumonia.
The theoretical question (not debated at the time) was touching the place or affinities of relapsing fever in the nosology.
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.