Naturally Acquired Human Plasmodium knowlesi Infection, Singapore
Lee Ching Ng§ , Eng Eong Ooi†, Cheng Chuan Lee*, Piao Jarrod Lee‡, Oon Tek Ng* , Sze Wong Pei§, Tian Ming Tu‡, Jin Phang Loh†, and Yee Sin Leo*
Author affiliations: *Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore; †DSO National Laboratories, Singapore; ‡Singapore Armed Forces Headquarters Medical Corps, Singapore; §Environmental Health Institute, Singapore;
Figure 1. Patient’s temperature chart showing fever spikes 24 h apart at approximately 7 PM daily (red arrow). The black arrow denotes 38°C, and each blue arrow denotes a difference of 1°C from the neighboring arrow.
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