Mediterranean exanthematous fever Med·i·ter·ra·ne·an exanthematous fever (měd’ĭ-tə-rā’nē-ən)
A disease occurring sporadically in the Mediterranean littoral marked by severe chills with abrupt rise of temperature, pains in the joints, tonsillitis, diarrhea, vomiting, and a rash of elevated nonconfluent macules beginning on the thighs and spreading to the entire body.
noun, Pathology. 1. . noun 1. another name for brucellosis Mediterranean fever n.
noun 1. a small cosmopolitan moth, Anagasta kuehniella, whose larvae damage stored foodstuffs, as grain and flour.
noun 1. a small, black and white, irregularly banded two-winged fly, Ceratitis capitata, of many warm regions, that damages citrus and other succulent fruit crops by implanting eggs that hatch into maggots within the fruit. noun 1. a species of dipterous fly, Ceratitis capitata, having marbled wings, whose maggots tunnel into fruits such as citrus, […]
- Mediterranean-hemoglobin e disease
Mediterranean-hemoglobin E disease n. Thalassemia characterized by the presence of hemoglobin E in the blood.