AIDS-related complex

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Medical Definition of AIDS-related complex

AIDS-related complex: A term used in the early years of the AIDS epidemic to describe people with HIV infection who had only mild symptoms of illness, such as swollen lymph glands. It is rarely used today. Abbreviated ARC.


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Reviewed on 5/13/2016

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