Chronic

[album] Last album = Chronic Future This album = Chronic Next album = 4 Elements For the Dr. Dre album, see The Chronic. Released on August 12, 1997 by Chronic Future ==Track listing== ...
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Chronic

[medicine] A chronic disease is a disease or other human health condition that is persistent or long-lasting in nature. The term chronic is usually applied when the course of the disease lasts for more than three months. Common chronic diseases include arthritis, asthma, cancer, COPD, diabetes and HIV/AIDS. In medicine, the opposite of chro
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Chronic

Used to describe recurring symptoms or disease.
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Chronic

Not acute; of long duration e.g. 'chronic disease or infection'.
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chronic

[adj] - having a habit of long standing 2. [adj] - (medicine) being long-lasting and recurrent or characterized by long suffering
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chronic

A chronic condition is one which is ongoing or recurring. Chronic medical conditions include diabetes, epilepsy, and chronic fatigue syndrome.
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Chronic

Long term, e.g., a medical problem that is continuous and lasts for a long period of time.
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chronic

describes something that is long-lasting. Opposite of acute.
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Chronic

Lasting for a long time or returning.
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chronic

antonym acute Long-term, (in relation to exposure or effect).
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Chronic

describes a disorder that continues for a long period of time
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Chronic

Describes any illness that is long standing. It does not mean severe
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Chronic

Chronic usually means a condition that continues for a long time or keeps coming back.
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Chronic

Long-term or prolonged; applied to a disease that is not acute
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Chronic

of long standing as opposed to acute which means of recent origin
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Chronic

A disease or imbalance of long, slow duration, showing little overall change and characterized by periods of remission interspersed with acute episodes. The opposite of acute.
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Chronic

A chronic disease is a disease that is long-lasting or recurrent. The term chronic describes the course of the disease, or its rate of onset and development. Chronic can refer to a persistent and lasting medical condition, such as diabetes.
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chronic

Continuing for a long time.
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Chronic

Slowly developing and long lasting.
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Chronic

Chronic: This important term in medicine comes from the Greek chronos, time and means lasting a long time. A chronic condition is one lasting 3 months or more, by the definition of the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics. In ancient Greece, the "father of medicine" Hippocrates distinguished diseases that were acute (abrupt, sharp a
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Chronic

Persisting over a long duration. Applied to a disease.
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chronic

Persistent, long-lasting (as opposed to acute). Chronic inflammation is generally a response to a persistant antigenic stimulus.
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Chronic

Chron'ic adjective [ Latin chronicus , Greek ... concerning time, from ... time: confer French chronique .] 1. Relating to time; according to time. 2. Continuing for a long time; lingering; habitual. Chronic disease , one which is inveterate, of long continua
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chronic

Persisting over a long period of time. ... Origin: L. Chronicus, Gr. Chronos = time ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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chronic

adjective being long-lasting and recurrent or characterized by long suffering; `chronic indigestion`; `a chronic shortage of funds`; `a chronic invalid`
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