Intermittent diseases §231-§244 Diseases that recur at definite and indefinite intervals §231- §234 Organon §231

The intermittent diseases deserve their own consideration, both:

1. those diseases that recur at definite intervals (which include the large number of intermittent fevers, as well as the apparently non-febrile ailments that recur like intermittent fevers), and

2. those diseases in which certain reciprocal disease states alternate at indefinite intervals; that is, those diseases in which certain disease states alternate with states of a another kind.

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