Translation for 'rheumatic' from English to Russian
ADJ   rheumatic | more rheumatic | most rheumatic
NOUN   a rheumatic | rheumatics
SYNO arthritic | creaky | rheumatic | ...
ревматический {adj}
ревматик {м}rheumatic
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Translation for 'rheumatic' from English to Russian

ревматический {adj}мед.

ревматик {м}

Usage Examples English
  • The commonest form of autoimmune heart disease is rheumatic heart disease or rheumatic fever.
  • The relation to rheumatic fever was strengthened by many studies that showed that women with normal pregnancies before rheumatic fever developed chorea in subsequent pregnancies.
  • He is best known for his work involving rheumatic and coronary heart disease.
  • Escape" Baker (July 26, 1938 – September 17, 2017) As a child, Baker had rheumatic fever, which restricted him to his room while his friends all played outside.
  • Childhood arthritis (also known as juvenile arthritis or pediatric rheumatic disease) is an umbrella term used to describe any rheumatic disease or chronic arthritis-related condition which affects individuals under the age of 16.

  • Professor Lamabadusuriya initially concurred with the diagnosis of rheumatic chorea, making an entry in the bed head ticket: "All features of Rheumatic Chorea Seen".
  • The cardiac manifestations of rheumatic fever are in the form of focal inflammatory involvement of the interstitial tissue in all 3 layers of the heart, a pathological change named pancarditis.
  • She has been researching the treatment of rheumatic fever, in particular long–lasting penicillin and is the scientific lead of the Rheumatic Fever and Penicillin Research Programme.
  • The mission of PANLAR is to stimulate, promote and support research, prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of the rheumatic illnesses.
  • Almost all cases of mitral stenosis are due to disease in the heart secondary to rheumatic fever and the consequent rheumatic heart disease.

  • Many rheumatic disorders of chronic, intermittent pain (including joint pain, neck pain or back pain) have historically been caused by infectious diseases.
  • Her thesis focused on the study of clinical and anatomical pathology of fatal forms of rheumatic fever (rheumatic endocarditis) due to streptococcus infection.
  • The Community Research and Care Branch coordinates activities within the NIAMS Community Health Clinic, a health information resource that provides health care services to underserved populations affected by arthritis, lupus, and other rheumatic diseases.
  • Rheumatic fever occurs in about 325,000 children each year and about 33.4 million people currently have rheumatic heart disease.
  • The society also publishes recommendations for the diagnosis and therapy of various rheumatic musculoskeletal diseases (RMD).

  • Lockshin's long-term research interest is in the clinical aspects of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), antiphospholipid syndrome (APS), pregnancy in rheumatic disease patients, gender and rheumatic disease, and neurological SLE.
  • Rutstein's non-teaching clinical work included studies on cardiovascular physiological changes in infectious diseases; an international study of the treatment of rheumatic fever; and research at the United States Veteran's Administration on measuring and improving the quality of medical care.
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