aids related complex

AIDS-related complex

[eydz-ri-ley-tid]
noun
Pathology. a syndrome caused by the AIDS virus and characterized primarily by chronically swollen lymph nodes and persistent fever: sometimes a precursor of AIDS. Abbreviation: ARC
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AIDS-related complex
 
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See ARC

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AIDS-related complex n.
Abbr. ARC
The early manifestations of AIDS in individuals who have not developed deficient immune function, characterized by fever, generalized lymphadenopathy, diarrhea, and weight loss.

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