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A '''fever''' is a medical symptom that describes an abnormally high increase in [[body temperature]]. It is most often a sign of systemic infection or sepsis. It is often accompanied by [[delirium]].
 
A '''fever''' is a medical symptom that describes an abnormally high increase in [[body temperature]]. It is most often a sign of systemic infection or sepsis. It is often accompanied by [[delirium]].
   
When [[Doctor|Dr]]. [[Phlox]] visited [[Captain]] [[Jonathan Archer]] in his [[holding cell|cell]] on [[Narendra III]] in [[2152]], Phlox pretended to diagnose Archer with [[xenopolycythemia]] in order to talk to him. Phlox asked Archer if he had any residual symptoms, such as a fever or [[dizziness]], to which Archer replied that he only had a scratchy throat. ({{ENT|Judgment}})
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When [[Dr.]] [[Phlox]] visited {{dis|Captain|rank}} [[Jonathan Archer]] in his [[holding cell|cell]] on [[Narendra III]] in [[2152]], Phlox pretended to diagnose Archer with [[xenopolycythemia]] in order to talk to him. Phlox asked Archer if he had any residual symptoms, such as a fever or [[dizziness]], to which Archer replied that he only had a [[scratchy throat]]. ({{ENT|Judgment}})
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In [[2154]], Archer suffered from fever after [[T'Pau]] performed a [[Vulcan]] ritual on him. ({{ENT|Awakening}})
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In [[2155]], [[Elizabeth]], a [[Human]]/[[Vulcan]] [[hybrid]] who was a [[binary clone]] from [[Trip Tucker]] and [[T'Pol]]'s [[DNA]], suffered from an elevated [[white blood cell]] [[blood count|count]] and a low-grade fever. ({{ENT|Terra Prime}})
   
 
[[Leonard McCoy]] ran a high fever as a bad side effect of an accidental drug overdose of [[cordrazine]], thus becoming horribly delusional and weak. He was nursed back to health by [[Edith Keeler]]. ({{TOS|The City on the Edge of Forever}})
 
[[Leonard McCoy]] ran a high fever as a bad side effect of an accidental drug overdose of [[cordrazine]], thus becoming horribly delusional 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}})
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In [[2267]], [[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}})
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In [[2268]], having had Kirk incapacitated by [[Wu]], [[Ronald Tracey]] told [[Hikaru Sulu]] that Kirk couldn't talk as he was feverish and delirious. ({{TOS|The Omega Glory}})
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In [[2269]], [[Montgomery Scott|Scotty]] named feverish as one of the [[emotion]]al states he had seen Kirk in in the past. ({{TOS|Turnabout Intruder}})
   
 
A high fever was a symptom of the "[[Quazulu VIII virus|unknown virus]]" epidemic that infected 1/3 of the imhabitants of the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-D|-D}} in [[2364]]. ({{TNG|Angel One}})
 
A high fever was a symptom of the "[[Quazulu VIII virus|unknown virus]]" epidemic that infected 1/3 of the imhabitants of the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-D|-D}} in [[2364]]. ({{TNG|Angel One}})
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In [[2366]], [[Beverly Crusher]] treated [[Patahk]]'s fever by keeping it down and trying to let the body heal itself. ({{TNG|The Enemy}})
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In [[2367]], a [[simulation]] of Crusher told [[Will Riker]] that, among other symptoms, a strain of [[Altarian encephalitis]] had resulted in his experiencing fever. ({{TNG|Future Imperfect}})
   
 
[[Kamin]] had been feverish for three days when [[Jean-Luc Picard]] awakened in his place. ({{TNG|The Inner Light}})
 
[[Kamin]] had been feverish for three days when [[Jean-Luc Picard]] awakened in his place. ({{TNG|The Inner Light}})
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== Types ==
 
== Types ==
* [[Anaprolean fever]]
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* [[Anaprolean Fever]]
 
* [[Anchilles fever]]
 
* [[Anchilles fever]]
 
* [[Cartalian fever]]
 
* [[Cartalian fever]]
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* [[Rugalan fever]]
 
* [[Rugalan fever]]
 
* [[Zanthi fever]]
 
* [[Zanthi fever]]
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{{bginfo|Additionally, [[Neubilean fever]] was referred to in a [[deleted scene]] from {{ENT|E²}}. ([[ENT Season 3 DVD]] & [[ENT Season 3 Blu-ray|Blu-ray]] special features)}}
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== External link ==
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Revision as of 22:11, October 17, 2018

For the song, please see "Fever".

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

When Dr. Phlox visited Captain Jonathan Archer in his cell on Narendra III in 2152, Phlox pretended to diagnose Archer with xenopolycythemia in order to talk to him. Phlox asked Archer if he had any residual symptoms, such as a fever or dizziness, to which Archer replied that he only had a scratchy throat. (ENT: "Judgment")

In 2154, Archer suffered from fever after T'Pau performed a Vulcan ritual on him. (ENT: "Awakening")

In 2155, Elizabeth, a Human/Vulcan hybrid who was a binary clone from Trip Tucker and T'Pol's DNA, suffered from an elevated white blood cell count and a low-grade fever. (ENT: "Terra Prime")

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

In 2267, 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")

In 2268, having had Kirk incapacitated by Wu, Ronald Tracey told Hikaru Sulu that Kirk couldn't talk as he was feverish and delirious. (TOS: "The Omega Glory")

In 2269, Scotty named feverish as one of the emotional states he had seen Kirk in in the past. (TOS: "Turnabout Intruder")

A high fever was a symptom of the "unknown virus" epidemic that infected 1/3 of the imhabitants of the USS Enterprise-D in 2364. (TNG: "Angel One")

In 2366, Beverly Crusher treated Patahk's fever by keeping it down and trying to let the body heal itself. (TNG: "The Enemy")

In 2367, a simulation of Crusher told Will Riker that, among other symptoms, a strain of Altarian encephalitis had resulted in his experiencing fever. (TNG: "Future Imperfect")

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")

Types

Additionally, Neubilean fever was referred to in a deleted scene from ENT: "". (ENT Season 3 DVD & Blu-ray special features)

External link

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