(pathol) pain and cramp in the calf muscles, aggravated by walking and caused by an insufficient supply of blood
intermittent claudication n.
A condition caused by ischemia of the leg muscles due to sclerosis and narrowing of the arteries, characterized by attacks of lameness and pain and brought on by walking. Also called Charcot’s syndrome.
noun, Electricity. 1. a direct current that is interrupted at intervals.
- Intermittent explosive disorder
intermittent explosive disorder n. A disorder of impulse control characterized by several episodes in which aggressive impulses are released and expressed in serious assault or destruction of property although no such impulsiveness or aggressiveness is shown between episodes.
noun, Pathology. 1. a malarial fever in which feverish periods lasting a few hours alternate with periods in which the temperature is normal. 2. any fever characterized by intervals of normal temperature. noun 1. any fever, such as malaria, characterized by intervals of periodic remission
- Interlobular pleurisy
interlobular pleurisy n. Pleurisy that is limited to the sulci between the pulmonary lobes.