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Familial Hibernian Fever

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Fever of unknown origin is characterized by daily Fever persisting for more than 3 weeks [1]. In addition to the Febrile attacks, abdominal Pain and Localized myalgias were almost invariably present [2]. In this report the estimation and evaluation of the renewal density function are described [3]. Other features include abdominal Pain and pleurisy, with leucocytosis and a high ESR [4].

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