rheumatoid

<pathology> Resembling rheumatism. ... Origin: Gr. Rheuma = flux, eidos = form ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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rheumatoid

(Gr. rheuma flux + eidos form) resembling rheumatism.
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rheumatoid

(roo┬┤mә-toid) resembling rheumatism.
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Rheumatoid

Broadly, having dull aching in joints, muscles, eyes, and so forth. In a more literal sense, it is having an autoimmune response, usually between certain IgM and IgE antibodies, that may have started as a bacterial infection or as some autoimmune reaction.
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rheumatoid

Type: Term Pronunciation: rū′mă-toyd Definitions: 1. Resembling rheumatoid arthritis in one or more features.
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