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Bilious fever was a medical diagnosis of fever associated with excessive bile or bilirubin in the blood stream and tissues, causing jaundice (a yellow color in the skin or sclera of the eye). The most common cause was malaria.

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Bilious fever is an old term no longer commonly used. It was used in the 18th and early 19th centuries by doctors to describe symptoms that included fever with nausea and vomiting.

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bilious fever: A nonspecific term referring to any febrile condition accompanied by bilious vomiting.

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return to home page. An Account. of the. Bilious Yellow Fever, as it. Appeared in Philadelphia, in the year 1799. by Benjamin Rush. The diseases which succeeded the fever of 1798, in November and December, were highly inflammatory.

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Bilious definition, pertaining to bile or to an excess secretion of bile. See more.

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Old Diseases Defined . This is a list of old diseases and their definitions that may be helpful to you in your research.

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Nausea and vomiting in adults isn't usually a sign of anything serious and tends to only last 1 or 2 days. Vomiting is the body’s way of ridding itself of harmful substances from the stomach, or it may be a reaction to something that has irritated the gut.

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Children between the ages of six and 24 months are at greatest risk for developing severe disease from rotavirus infection. Rotavirus symptoms include: fever, vomiting, watery diarrhea, and abdominal pain. Rotavirus infection can be associated with severe dehydration in infants and children.

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BILIOUS FEVER. Bilious fever related to certain intestinal and malarial fevers . Bilious fever usually occurs in more temperate climates in the summer or fall. In this fever, the rise of temperature is usually slow. The patient will look ill, have a strong pulse, flush face, and furred tongue.

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Vomitus often has a slight yellow tinge, which is caused by reflux of small amounts of bile into the stomach. Vomitus is considered bilious if it has a green or bright yellow color, indicating larger amounts of bile in the stomach; bilious vomiting is often associated with intestinal obstruction, as described below.