Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
How do you create the brain fever in human?
Brain fever describes a medical condition where a part of the brain becomes inflamed and causes symptoms that present as fever. The terminology is encountered most often in Victorian literature. This is very dated terminology. These two may be called brain fever as these both cause a generalized fever: Encephalitis, an acute inflammation of the brain. Meningitis, the inflammation of the membranes covering the brain and spinal cord. ...
Asked in Fevers
Do you have to have a fever to get a fever blister?
I think so because I've never had fever blisters without having a fever. And then when I got a fever I started getting them. So I do think you need a fever to get fever sores. ...
Do you get a fever with Scarlet fever?
It's not the "fever" part that gives Scarlet Fever it's name it's the rash and the red (scarlet) face that comes with it. Obviously you can have a fever with Scarlet fever...but not always. improved answer: Yes, you always get a fever with scarlet fever. scarlet is the colour of the rash and fever is what comes with it. ...
What is the difference between fever and inflammation?
the fever can have inflammation but the inflammation cant have fever
Asked in Health, Conditions and Diseases, Typhoid Fever
How did the Typhoid Fever get its name?
This fever received various names, such as gastric fever, abdominal typhus, infantile remittant fever, slow fever, nervous fever, pythogenic fever, etc. The name of "typhoid" comes from the neuropsychiatric symptoms common to typhoid and typhus (from Greek, "stupor") ...