THE MECHANISM OF FEVER, FEVER CAUSED BY BRAIN LESIONS, CLINICAL PRESENTATION, DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT, PROGNOSIS AND TYPES OF PYROGENS, MECHANISM OF PYROGENIC RESPONSE, ROLE OF INTERLEUKIN -1 IN CAUSING FEVER, CLINICAL (2023)
Vaikunta Ra o. V , Muralinath E. , Manjari , Sravani Pragna , Kalyan C. , Guru Prasad M , Venkat Navven. A , Sravani. K. JCR. 2023: 72-80
Fever serves as a crucial defense mechanism for the body, signaling t he presence of infection or inflammation. While it can be uncomfortable, fever plays a vital role in promoting immune response and inhibiting pathogenic growth. Understanding its mechanisms, causes, effects, and appropriate management can help individuals navigate through episodes of fever with greater confidence and ease. KEY WORDS: Flu, cold, urinary tract infections, Tb, Rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory Bowel Disease, heat stroke, heat exhaustion, encephalitis, abscess, tissue damage , inflammation and metabolic rate.
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