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Synonyms for relapsing

a failure to maintain a higher state

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Hence it was concluded that the daily administration of maintenance doses of prednisolone, during intercurrent infections, significantly reduces relapse rates and the proportion of children with frequently relapsing nephrotic syndrome.
However, there were significant differences in vitamin D supplement use during the year prior to relapse, with 42% of controls and 28% of relapsing patients reporting that they took supplementary vitamin D.
Since the 1980s, the number of Borrelia species associated with relapsing fever has doubled.
The study was the largest-ever completed in relapsing MS.
Physicians should be alert for relapsing fever in travelers, and this diagnosis should be considered in febrile patients from disease-endemic regions.
Now that there are approved therapies for treating relapsing MS, some trials may take a different form.
Although gross findings are nonspecific, relapsing polychondritis is characterized by an overall thickening of the cartilage of the ear, nose, epiglottis, and cricoid and tracheal rings.
AVONEX is the most prescribed treatment for relapsing forms of MS worldwide, with more than 130,000 patients on therapy.
miyamotoi, a sister species to the relapsing fever group of spirochetes (2,3).
AVONEX is the most prescribed treatment for relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis worldwide, with more than 130,000 patients on therapy.
Species of the genus Borrelia cause human and animal infections, including Lyme disease, relapsing fever, and epizootic bovine abortion.
As a facility that is highly concentrated on providing their clients with the tools to avoid relapsing into addictive behaviors, we are gratified that PROMETA will be among the tools employed at this leading treatment center.
A model was constructed by Xcenda, formerly Applied Health Outcomes, to compare the cost per relapse avoided among the five approved disease-modifying MS therapies to treat relapsing forms of MS.
AVONEX (Interferon beta-1a) is indicated for the treatment of patients with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis to slow the accumulation of physical disability and decrease the frequency of clinical exacerbations.