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Synonyms for relapse

Synonyms for relapse

to slip from a higher or better condition to a former, usually lower or poorer one

a slipping from a higher or better condition to a lower or poorer one

Synonyms for relapse

a failure to maintain a higher state

deteriorate in health

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I think it probable," said the Doctor, breaking silence with an effort, "that the relapse you have described, my dear friend, was not quite unforeseen by its subject.
In the affair of love, which, out of strict conformity with the Stoic philosophy, we shall here treat as a disease, this proneness to relapse is no less conspicuous.
Most relapses occur with a median duration of less than one year from the time of initial diagnosis.
Central nervous system relapse in 8(67%) patients was the most common site, with 3(25%) bone-marrow relapses.
In order to study the features of relapse, we carried out a national survey in China at the end of 2012 to collect information to allow better management of relapses in the leprosy control programme.
Malaria control strategies have had limited success and are confounded by varying numbers of relapses occurring at different intervals as a result of activation of dormant liver-stage hypnozoites after the initial infection1.
When a patient relapses, you have the opportunity to educate the patient, family, and significant others about substance use disorders and how they effect the "3 B's" (brain, body, and behavior), and also the availability of treatment options.
Relapses of nephrotic syndrome often follow minor infections, commonly of the upper respiratory tract.
Relapses were generally severe, with a mean PANSS total score of 88.
05) for substance use and higher number of previous relapses (P < 0.
Our hypothesis was that relapses and deaths within the first 3 years are likely to be related to the genetic and epigenetic effects of the tumor," she said.
Five patients had 1 malaria attack, and 4 patients had up to 3 relapses.
A drug originally devised to prevent immune rejection of organ transplants can lessen relapses in patients with multiple sclerosis, a new study finds.
In a retrospective cohort study of 292 health care professionals enrolled in the Washington Physicians Health Program, an independent posttreatment monitoring program, 25% had at least one relapse, 5% had two relapses, and 3% had three or more relapses.
It's quite a small number of women, and we need to follow more of them for longer lengths of time, but we are concerned that we are starting to see quite a few more relapses," Dr.