an illness which manifests rapidly.
An illness that occurs quickly.
An illness that manifests rapidly.
Diseases that have sudden onset and don't last very long. Most infectious diseases, such as colds and flu are examples of acute diseases.
disease with a rapid onset and short duration
A disease in which symptoms develop rapidly but last for only a short time.
Disease characterized by a single episode of fairly short duration, usually less than 30 days, and from which the patient can be expected to return to his or her normal or previous state and level of activity.
a short-term illness whether mild or fatal. A cold is an acute disease, as is influenza.
a disease with rapid onset and short course to recovery. Not chronic.
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