Blackwater fever

Name(s): 
Haemoglobinuric fever
Bilious fever
Malarial haematinuria
Nature

Blackwater fever is a complication of malaria infection in which red blood cells burst in the bloodstream (hemolysis), releasing hemoglobin directly into the blood vessels and into the urine, frequently leading to kidney failure. The disease was first linked to malaria by the Sierra Leone Creole physician Dr. John Farrell Easmon in his 1884 pamphlet entitled The Nature and Treatment of Blackwater Fever. Easmon coined the name "blackwater fever" and was the first to successfully treat such cases following the publication of his pamphlet.

Source: Wikipedia

Broader 
Value(s) 
Type 
(G) Very specific problems