uveoparotid fever


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uveoparotid fever

 [u″ve-o-pah-rot´id]
a manifestation of sarcoidosis, marked by chronic inflammation of the parotid gland and uvea, with chronic iridocyclitis, unilateral facial paralysis, lassitude, and an elevated but subfebrile temperature.
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u·ve·o·pa·rot·id fe·ver

manifestation of sarcoidosis comprising chronic enlargement of the parotid glands, inflammation of the uveal tract, and persistent low-grade fever; associated with cranial nerve palsies.
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u·ve·o·pa·rot·id fe·ver

(yū'vē-ō-păr-ot'id fē'vĕr)
Chronic enlargement of the parotid glands and inflammation of the uveal tract accompanied by a long-continued fever of low degree; a form of sarcoidosis.
Synonym(s): Heerfordt disease.
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Heerfordt,

Christian Frederick, Danish ophthalmologist, 1871-1953.
Heerfordt disease - chronic enlargement of the parotid glands and inflammation of the uveal tract accompanied by a long-continued fever of low degree. Synonym(s): uveoparotid fever
Heerfordt syndrome
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u·ve·o·pa·rot·id fe·ver

(yū'vē-ō-păr-ot'id fē'vĕr)
Chronic enlargement of the parotid glands and inflammation of the uveal tract accompanied by a long-continued fever of low degree; a form of sarcoidosis.
Synonym(s): Heerfordt disease.
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