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Definition of Peracute

Peracute
Peracute Per`a*cute", a. [L. peracutus. See Per-, and Acute.] Very sharp; very violent; as, a peracute fever. [R.] --Harvey.

Meaning of Peracute from wikipedia

- Term Meaning peracute Very acute or violent. Denotes fulminant, whereas "acute" only sometimes connotes fulminant. Peracute ("very") is not to be confused...
- survive long after the first seasonal frost. Deer may become infected with peracute, acute, or chronic EHD infections. Deer can develop clinical signs in as...
- beginning abruptly, intensifying rapidly, not lasting long fulminant or peracute: particularly acute, especially if unusually violent A patient may be said...
- contents, vomit or ****. The toxin is occasionally found in the blood in peracute cases. Botulinum toxin can be detected by a variety of techniques, including...
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- selenium-deficient often develop the condition. There are two forms: peracute, and subacute. The peracute form is characterized by re****bency, tachypnea, dyspnea,...
- Colitis X, equine colitis X or peracute toxemic colitis is a catchall term for various fatal forms of acute or peracute colitis found in horses, but particularly...
- Meredith (2013), the typical time course of the disease is as follows: In peracute disease with a highly virulent strain, death may occur within 5 to 6 days...
- domestic cats with the acute form of the disease and up to 100% in cats with peracute disease. In 2010, a retrospective study of 244 infected cats showed that...
- slaughter ceased in England and Wales on 31 March 1963, except for the peracute form of Newcastle disease and for fowl plague. In Scotland the slaughter...
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