Quiz: Fever in Adults
Question 1 of 2  

Fever is an elevated body temperature. Extreme body temperature elevation, typically more than 105.8° F or 41° C, can cause damage to the body and ultimately organ failure. Temperatures of this level are most typically caused by which of the following? 

  • A.

    Severe infectious gastroenteritis      

  • B.


  • C.


  • D.

    Severe respiratory infections   

Am I correct?