subacute

Description of a disease that progresses more rapidly than a chronic disease and more slowly than an acute one.

subacute

(sub″ә-kūt´) somewhat acute; between acute and chronic.
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subacute

[adj] - less than acute
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Subacute

• (a.) Moderalely acute.
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subacute

adjective less than acute; relating to a disease present in a person with no symptoms of it
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Subacute

Sub`a·cute' adjective Moderalely acute.
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Subacute

Having characteristics of both acute and chronic. This is the state in a disease when most of the aches and pains have subsided and you are likely to overdo things and not completely recover. The chest cold that lingers for weeks as a stubborn cough is a subacute condition, as is the tendonitis that lingers because you won't stop playing tennis lon...
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subacute

Somewhat acute, between acute and chronic. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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subacute

somewhat acute; between acute and chronic.
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Subacute

Somewhat or partially acute.
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subacute

subacute Less than acute.
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Subacute

Subacute refers to how long a disease has been present, but there is no set time that divides subacute from the other time descriptions - acute and chronic. Subacute describes a time course that is between acute and chronic. A rash that is subacute has been present for longer than a few days, but less than several months. Pronunciation: sub-uh-KYOO...
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Subacute

Subacute: Rather recent onset or somewhat rapid change. The term 'subacute' is used in contrast to acute which indicates very sudden onset or rapid change and chronic which indicates indefinite duration or virtually no change. A chronic condition is one lasting 3 months or more, by the definition of the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics. I...
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subacute

Type: Term Pronunciation: sŭb′ă-kyūt′ Definitions: 1. Between acute and chronic; denoting the course of a disease of moderate duration or severity.
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