Definition of Defervescences

1. Noun. (plural of defervescence) ¹



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Definition of Defervescences

1. defervescence [n] - See also: defervescence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Defervescences

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deferoxamine mesylate
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defervescences (current term)
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defervescent stage
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deffly
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defiable

Literary usage of Defervescences

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1. The Etiology and Pathology of Typhus: Being the Main Report of the Typhus by Simeon Burt Wolbach, John Launcelot. Todd, Francis Winslow Palfrey (1922)
"Error in histories may account for some of these variations, but in general the early defervescences occurred in mild cases, particularly in younger ..."

2. The Oxford Medicine by Henry Asbury Christian, James Mackenzie (1920)
"In an occasional patient this process continues with exacerbations and defervescences over a long period without healing and without further progression; ..."

3. On the Temperature in Diseases: A Manual of Medical Thermometry by Carl August Wunderlich (1871)
"These defervescences are sometimes really favorable, and in such cases sometimes show that the effect of a complication has ceased. ..."

4. Lectures on Fevers by Alfred Lebbeus Loomis (1877)
"... a short and intense stationary period, and critical defervescences constituting the paroxysms, with a perfectly normal temperature in the interval. ..."

5. Medical Thermometry and Human Temperature by Edward Seguin (1876)
"Relapsing fever presents the type of these rapid defervescences of 5°—6° C.=9°—10.8° F.; such excursus happens at the close of the first attack, ..."

6. Medical Thermometry and Human Temperature by Edward Séguin (1876)
"... of accumulating heat is indicated when the circulation is impeded, or just stopped, in embolism, certain forms of apoplexy,defervescences with collapse, ..."

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