Related formsper·i·car·dit·ic [per-i-kahr-dit-ik] /ˌpɛr ɪ kɑrˈdɪt ɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for pericarditis
The symptoms are much the same as those of pericarditis, and it is difficult to discriminate between the two affections.
Endocarditis is probably more frequent than pericarditis, and the aortic are more liable than the other valves to suffer.
Pericarditis is occasionally present, and is marked by the usual lesions.
Complete quiet must be provided, and the general care should be as in pericarditis.
It is more especially when pericarditis complicates rheumatic polyarthritis that pulmonary affections occur.