Simon detaches himself, and tells her that he's ill; it's a recurrent malarial fever, which he contracted in Paris.
Exhausted and suffering from a recurrent fever, he was taken from his ship in a stretcher.
'Oh God,' she said, 'so you've come back,' in the kind of tone she might have used for a recurrent fever.
Since the war, however, his health had suffered from the effects of his wounds, and he was subject to recurrent rheumatic fever.
The ever recurrent fever of expectancy assailed Martin as he took the bundle of long envelopes.
Defects can be associated with hyperimmunoglobulinemia D with recurrent fever.
If you have frequent or recurrent fevers, it may be a symptom of a more serious problem.
P. falciparum infection can cause recurrent fever every 36-48 hours or a less pronounced and almost continuous fever.
He's had a recurrent fever and a touch of pneumonia the last two weeks.
Also, a recurrent fever, often 37.78 C (100 F) or higher, is characteristic of the acute phase of the disease.