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summer malaria

Summer malaria refers to sudden hemoptysis and cough caused by feeling summer heat, which looks like "tuberculosis malaria". It is caused by heat hurting the lungs and steaming the lung collaterals. Clinical manifestations include vexation, heat, thirst, cough, asthma, unclear leader, hemoptysis, epistaxis, and high pulse. If the heat is wet, the mouth is not thirsty and the moss is white and smooth.

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