rheumatalgia rheu·ma·tal·gi·a (rōō’mə-tāl’jē-ə, -jə)
- Rheumatic arteritis
rheumatic arteritis n. Arteritis due to rheumatic fever.
- Rheumatic endocarditis
rheumatic endocarditis n. Endocarditis resulting from acute rheumatic fever, recognized clinically by valvular involvement.
noun, Pathology. 1. a serious disease, associated with streptococcal infections, usually affecting children, characterized by fever, swelling and pain in the joints, sore throat, and cardiac involvement. rheumatic fever noun 1. a disease characterized by sore throat, fever, inflammation, and pain in the joints rheumatic fever n. An acute inflammatory disease occurring during recovery from […]
noun, Pathology. 1. damage to the heart, especially to the valves, as a result of rheumatic fever, characterized by inflammation of the myocardium or scarring and malfunction of the heart valves. rheumatic heart disease n. Permanent damage to the valves of the heart usually caused by repeated attacks of rheumatic fever.