Picchini syndrome

Pic·chi·ni syn·drome

(pi-chē'nē),
a form of polyserositis involving the three great serosae in contact with the diaphragm, sometimes also the meninges, tunica vaginalis testis, synovial sheaths, and bursae, caused by the presence of a trypanosome.
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Pic·chi·ni syn·drome

(pi-kē'nē sin'drōm)
A form of polyserositis involving the three great serosae in contact with the diaphragm, sometimes also the meninges, tunica vaginalis testis, synovial sheaths, and bursae, caused by a trypanosome.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012