Bouillaud syndrome

Bouillaud syndrome

An obsolete term described by Jean Baptiste Bouillaud (1796–1881) that formerly dignified the combination of pericarditis, endocarditis and joint involvement in rheumatic fever, snd acute rheumatic fever with endocarditis. It may have been identical to rheumatic heart disease.
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