Lazear was bitten at his work, and died in the agony of yellow-fever convulsions, a martyr and a hero if ever there was one.
There is no cholera, no yellow-fever, no small-pox more contagious than debt.
The same is true of yellow-fever: we have not seen with the microscope the microbe which produces it.
The prophylaxis of yellow-fever is suggested by means of static electricity.
Say nothing about it, he said, but this is the yellow-fever brute, So our interest in our new life is kept alert and bright.
There is one ship in the harbor that has yellow-fever on board—that is all.
The study of yellow-fever poison after the objective method has hitherto been unproductive of definite results.
Mere contact with the clothing, &c., of yellow-fever patients was proved to be no source of infection.
The sick seem to have recovered swiftly—a trait observable in yellow-fever patients.
The yellow-fever in Philadelphia, in 1793, felt to be one of the greatest curses of heaven, destroyed but four thousand.
yellow fever n.
An infectious tropical disease caused by an arbovirus transmitted by mosquitoes of the genera Aedes, especially A. aegypti, and Haemagogus and characterized by high fever, jaundice, and vomit that is dark in color as a result of gastrointestinal hemorrhaging.