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Synonyms for recurrence

fresh outbreak

Synonyms for recurrence

a repeated occurrence

Synonyms for recurrence

happening again (especially at regular intervals)

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During the follow-up period, the HBV recurrence was found in four patients, and all recurrences were within the first year (Table 2).
Oncologists typically recommend adjuvant chemotherapy for the half of all breast cancers that are hormone receptor positive, HER2 negative, and node negative, even though its absolute benefit in reducing recurrences in this population is small.
This corrigendum is intended to make it clear that our contribution [1] is a note on the economic meaning of the unpublished work titled "A Multitime Recurrences of Samuelson-Hicks Type" by C.
A number of 57 patients (41%) developed distant only recurrence, while 26 patients (18.7%) presented local and distant recurrences.
Clinical features and tumour characteristics of eight cases with an inverted pattern Case number Age Gender % of Inverted Size Focality IVT (years) component (mm) 1 65 M 98% 10 Unifocal No 2 60 M 95% 6 Multifocal No 3 42 F 60% 30 Unifocal Yes 4 84 M 90% 34 Unifocal No 5 42 M 100% ND Unifocal No 6 47 M 70% ND Unifocal No 7 42 M 40% 60 Multifocal No 8 70 M 80% 20 Unifocal No Case number Number of recurrences / Time to Follow-up recurrence (months) (months) 1 0 128 2 0 99 3 1/86 86 4 0 70 5 0 40 6 0 115 7 1/7 36 8 1/9 83 IVT: intravesical treatment; M: male; F: female; ND: no data TABLE 2.
Recurrences are rare if initial surgeries are complete with careful examination of the peritoneal cavity.
IN A LARGE RETROSPECTIVE STUDY of patients with hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) managed with surgical procedures, excision and unroofing methods were associated with low rates of complications, moderate levels of postoperative recurrences, and low rates of reoperations for those experiencing recurrences.
This approach is appealing both for urologists and patients as it is minimally invasive.4 Since the introduction of optical internal urethrotomy by Sachse in 1974 using a fine movable scalpel to incise urethral stricture under direct vision, this technique has been used as the primary treatment of new as well as recurrent strictures.5 Despite good immediate results, there is a considerable risk of recurrence in 10 to 50% cases.6 Most recurrences occur within the first year.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the risk factors and their association for recurrences of febrile seizures in children aged between 6 months to 5 years of age.
recurrences were observed in the posterior maxilla and mandible (40% and 21.4% respectively) as compared to anterior maxilla and mandible (16.7% and 15.4% respectively) and mostly occurred in cases treated conservatively i.e., 100% recurrence after marsupialization and 50% after enucleation alone; as compared to aggressive treatment modalities like 18.2% recurrence after enucleation+ cautery/peripheral ostectomy, 10% in marginal resection and 0% in segmental resection (Table 2).
The RIVUR (Randomized Intervention for Children With Vesicoureteral Reflux) trial investigators set out to reevaluate the role of antimicrobial prophylaxis for the prevention of recurrences in children with vesicoureteral reflux.
TCC has a natural course of multiple recurrences and progression in terms of histological grade and Tstage.