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A '''fever''' is a medical symptom that describes an increase in body temperature. It is most often a sign of systemic infection or sepsis.
 
A '''fever''' is a medical symptom that describes an increase in body temperature. It is most often a sign of systemic infection or sepsis.
   
[[Spock]] suffered from fever, when he was undergoing [[plak tow]] , thus causing him some obvious physical discomfort and disorientation during his fight with [[James T. Kirk]] . ({{TOS|Amok Time}}]
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[[Leonard McCoy]] ran a high fever in the episode [[The City on the Edge of Forever]] , as a bad side effect of an accidental drug overdose, thus becoming horribly dellusional and weak. He was nursed back to health by [[Edith Keeler]] . ({{TOS|The City on the Edge of Forever}})
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[[Spock]] suffered from fever, when he was undergoing [[plak tow]] , thus causing him some obvious physical discomfort and disorientation during his fight with [[James T. Kirk]] . ({{TOS|Amok Time}})
   
 
[[Captain]] [[Jonathan Archer]] suffered from fever after [[T'Pau]] performed a [[Vulcan]] ritual on him. ({{ENT|Awakening}})
 
[[Captain]] [[Jonathan Archer]] suffered from fever after [[T'Pau]] performed a [[Vulcan]] ritual on him. ({{ENT|Awakening}})

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A fever is a medical symptom that describes an increase in body temperature. It is most often a sign of systemic infection or sepsis.

Leonard McCoy ran a high fever in the episode The City on the Edge of Forever , as a bad side effect of an accidental drug overdose, thus becoming horribly dellusional and weak. He was nursed back to health by Edith Keeler . (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

Spock suffered from fever, when he was undergoing plak tow , thus causing him some obvious physical discomfort and disorientation during his fight with James T. Kirk . (TOS: "Amok Time")

Captain Jonathan Archer suffered from fever after T'Pau performed a Vulcan ritual on him. (ENT: "Awakening")

Kamin had been feverish for three days when Jean-Luc Picard awakened in his place. (TNG: "The Inner Light")

A high fever was a late symptom of the aphasia virus which Chief Miles O'Brien suffered from in 2369. (DS9: "Babel")

A fever was a symptom of the Larosian virus. (DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses")

Victims of the Harvester biogenic weapon would show a fever. (DS9: "Armageddon Game")

Fever was an early sign of the macrovirus. (VOY: "Macrocosm")

Vargas, a Starfleet officer stationed on AR-558, contracted a fever in 2375. (DS9: "The Siege of AR-558")

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