periarteritis

[per-ee-ahr-tuh-rahy-tis]

noun Pathology.

inflammation of the outer coat and tissues surrounding an artery.

Origin of periarteritis

From New Latin, dating back to 1875–80; see origin at peri-, arteritis
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periarteritis in Medicine

periarteritis

[pĕr′ē-är′tə-rītĭs]

n.

Inflammation of the outer coat of an artery.
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