retrocedent gout

[rĕt′rō-sēdnt]

n.

The occurrence of severe gastric, cardiac, or cerebral symptoms during an attack of gout, especially when the joint symptoms suddenly subside at the same time.

Nearby words

  1. retrobulbar,
  2. retrobulbar anesthesia,
  3. retrobulbar neuritis,
  4. retrocalcaneobursitis,
  5. retrocede,
  6. retrocession,
  7. retrocessionaire,
  8. retrochoir,
  9. retroclusion,
  10. retrocognate


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