When there is much fever, gastritis may be confounded with remittent or typhoid fever.
It is usually of the remittent type and may continue for some months.
The remittent fever is simply aggravated ague, it may last for several days.
He had been suffering from remittent fever of a low typhoid type.
I was again attacked by a remittent fever of an obstinate character.
Rage and anger persistent and mischievous, or remittent and impotent.
This has been asserted, and in the case of remittent there is evidence that spontaneous cures do sometimes happen.
Abolish the congestive and inflammatory element of a remittent, and it at once becomes an intermittent.
Sallowness of the skin is an early and almost constant event in remittent fever.
It has been known and described as gastric and remittent fever, as continued typhoid, and even as acute hydrocephalus.
remittent re·mit·tent (rĭ-mĭt'nt)
Characterized by temporary abatement in severity. Used especially of diseases.