AIDS-related complex(redirected from AIDS Related Complex)
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AIDS-related complex[′ādz rə‚lād·əd ¦käm‚pleks]
A set of symptoms, such as lymph node enlargement, fever, loss of weight, diarrhea, and minor opportunistic diseases, associated with a weakened immune system, indicating a less severe form of infection by the HIV virus than AIDS itself. Abbreviated ARC.
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