- old-fashioned term for Sydenham's chorea.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Rheumatic fever is often associated with St. Vitus's Dance. Seven out of ten victims are girls. They are usually "nervous," "high-strung" children to begin with. The disease usually burns itself out in two, three months.
- The most manifest symptom of St. Vitus's dance is continued involuntary action of the voluntary muscles, to a greater or lesser degree - the extent of the muscles affected, and the intensity of their affection, varying with the severity of the disease.
so named because a visit to St Vitus's shrine was believed to alleviate the disease.
Más definiciones de St Vitus's danceDefinición de St Vitus's dance en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.