Polyarthritis rheumatica acuta



polyarthritis rheumatica acuta polyarthritis rheu·mat·i·ca a·cu·ta (rōō-māt’ĭ-kə ə-kyōō’tə)
n.
Acute articular or inflammatory rheumatism, associated with rheumatic fever.

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