Traducción de rheumatic fever en Español:

rheumatic fever

fiebre reumática, n.


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    fiebre reumática femenino
    • In addition to causing infections, streptococci give rise, by an autoimmune process, to the serious conditions of rheumatic fever and kidney inflammation (Glomerulonephritis).
    • Causes of chronic mitral regurgitation include infective endocarditis, degenerative valvular disease (mitral valve prolapse) and rheumatic fever.
    • There he established a world renowned centre for rheumatic fever and later, when rheumatic fever was conquered, for children and adults with chronic forms of arthritis.
    • Its founder, Joseph Pilates, was born in Dusseldorf in 1880 and despite being a rather sickly child who suffered from rickets, asthma and rheumatic fever, he lived to the age of 87.
    • Another interesting fact is that a post streptococcal arthritis that mimics rheumatic fever has been found to exist; this does not progress to involve heart valves.
    • Kawasaki disease has surpassed rheumatic fever as the leading cause of acquired heart disease in children in the United States.
    • Of patients with mitral stenosis, only 55% have a clinical history of acute rheumatic fever.
    • Does this penetration lead to an inflammatory reaction that is related to rheumatic fever and ‘diseases of connective tissue’ (as they were known in those days)?
    • Rarely, strep throat infections that are either untreated or incompletely treated can lead to rheumatic fever, an illness that can result in heart disease and arthritis.
    • For 50 years penicillin has been the gold standard treatment for infections due to group A streptococci; in most cases not only does penicillin cure the sore throat but it will also prevent acute rheumatic fever.
    • Complications of sore throat that presented a serious problem in the past, such as acute rheumatic fever and post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis, have become extremely rare in affluent Western communities
    • Carditis associated with rheumatic fever manifests as pericarditis, myocarditis, and most commonly, endocarditis.
    • There was even less of a clue with regard to their implication in the pathogenesis of rheumatic fever and glomerulonephritis.
    • Because of repeatedly low and unchanging reported rates of acute rheumatic fever, the CDC dropped this disease from active national surveillance in 1994.
    • Like immunocompromised patients with fever, patients with rheumatic fever must be aggressively treated.
    • During the first half of the twentieth century it was used for the control of both acute pain and chronic inflammatory conditions such as rheumatic fever.
    • Prevention of acute rheumatic fever is no longer the main reason to treat patients with penicillin in western Europe, because of the low incidence of this complication.
    • Sequential monoarthritis in several joints is characteristic of gonococcal arthritis or rheumatic fever.
    • Tests have revealed that Djamshid has an inflammatory disease similar to rheumatic fever, which can cause scarring of the heart valves.
    • One or more of your heart valves have been damaged by illnesses such as rheumatic fever;