Gastric algid malaria

Gastric algid malaria

See: algid malaria.

Induced malaria, malaria acquired by artificial means, e.g., via blood transfusion, common syringes, or malariotherapy.

intermittent malaria, a malarial fever, usually of the tertian or quartan type, in which there is complete apyrexia, with absence of the other symptoms, in the intervals between the paroxysms.

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