Pontiac fever

Pon·ti·ac fever

noun \ˈpänt-ē-ˌak-\

Definition of PONTIAC FEVER

: an illness caused by a bacterium of the genus Legionella (L. pneumophila) that is a less severe form of Legionnaires' disease in which pneumonia does not develop

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