[ pĕr′ə-mĭ-trī′tĭs ]
Related formsper′i•me•trit′ic (-trĭt′ĭc) adj.
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Examples from the Web for perimetritis
Most cases of perimetritis and parametritis terminate in five or ten days, the fever and other symptoms gradually subsiding.
At the outset the fever, especially in perimetritis, is ushered in by chilly sensations or by an intense chill.