The following Conditions are related toFever
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The first symptoms of acquired agranulocytosis are usually those associated with a bacterial infection such as general weakness, chills, fever, and/or extreme exhaustion. Symptoms that are associated with rapidly falling white blood cell levels (granulocytopenia) may include the development of infected ulcers in the mucous membranes that line the mouth, throat, and/or intestinal tract. Some people with these ulcers may experience difficulty sw Read More
- Bile duct cancer (cholangiocarcinoma)
Signs of bile duct cancer include: Yellow skin or eyes (jaundice) Pain in your belly or sides Upset stomach and vomiting Fever Loss of appetite or weight loss Weakness Itching Light-colored stools Dark urine Read More
- Lindau disease
Von Hippel-Lindau disease-related tumors can grow in many different parts of the body. Hence there isn’t one primary symptom. Depending on the size and location of tumors, you may experience symptoms such as: Abnormality of the eye: Any abnormality of the eye, that includes location, spacing, and intraocular abnormalities. Hypertension: The presence of chronic increased pressure in the systemic a Read More
Although uncommon, nephrocarcinoma is the most prevalent kind of kidney cancer in adults. The risk factors for nephrocarcinoma are: Smoking: The risk drops if you stop smoking, but it takes many years to get to the same level of risk as someone who never smoked. Obesity: Obese people usually have a higher risk of developing nephrocarcinoma or RCC. High Blood Pressure: This is one risk that does not seem to be Read More