Intermittent fevers (196)

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196  Intermittent fevers occur in various forms, including: Sporadic-a few cases of the same disease, occurring at the same time in widely scattered localities. Epidemic-numerous cases of the same disease occurring at the same time and in the same area, outside of regions where such diseases are endemic. Endemic-cases of intermittent fever that occur in regions where such diseases are continuously present. Isolated-individual cases of intermittent fever that occur outside of regions where such fevers are endemic. Psoric-cases that develop from untreated or poorly treated cases of epidemic intermittent fever, in patients where psora is already present. These various forms of intermittent fever and their treatment are discussed in §235-§244.

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