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acture (akˈ·chr),

n term coined by Moshe Feldenkrais to describe the minute adjustments that individuals make to maintain correct posture during day-to-day activities.
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The model incorporates antibiotic cure rates, prevalence of stretococcal pharyngitis and carrier rates in children, the likelihood of acture rheumatic fever and the efficacy of antibiotic therapy in preventing this sequcla, and the morbidities associated with treatment (penicillin-allergic reactions) and infection (pertonsllar abscess, retrpharyngeal abscess, and otitis media).