inflammatory rheumatism


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in·flam·ma·to·ry rheu·ma·tism

rheumatoid arthritis or other cause of joint inflammation.

in·flam·ma·to·ry rheu·ma·tism

(in-flam'ă-tōr-ē rū'mă-tizm)
Rheumatoid arthritis or other cause of joint inflammation.

inflammatory rheumatism

An old term for any form of arthritis in which there is significant joint inflammation, e.g., gouty, infectious, or rheumatoid arthritis.
See also: rheumatism
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Paniz-Mondolfi, "How many patients with post-chikungunya chronic inflammatory rheumatism can we expect in the new endemic areas of Latin America?" Rheumatology International, vol.
Although the proportion of patients with chronic disease has decreased, post-chikungunya chronic inflammatory rheumatism, mostly rheumatoid arthritis, develops in [approximately equal to] 5% of these patients (8).
The most frequently treated MSS pathologies are: chronic inflammatory rheumatism, degenerative processes, para-articular problems, metabolic, psychogenic, and posttraumatic after effects and postoperative neuralgia.

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