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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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and how significant the risk of relapse really was," says Mala Rafik, managing partner at Rosenfeld Rafik & Sullivan, and lead counsel for Colby in this case.
They were considered to have "breakthrough" MS, which means that their treatment that had been working previously stopped being effective, leading to worsening disability and more frequent relapses, as well as increased evidence of disease activity on brain scans.
"In our view," the court went on to say, "a risk of relapse into substance dependence--like a risk of relapse into cardiac distress or a risk of relapse into orthopedic complications--can swell to so significant a level as to constitute a current disability."
This phase 4, pilot, cross-sectional descriptive/exploratory study was conducted at 5 clinical practice sites in the United States to assess the psychometric properties of the ARMS questionnaire in adult patients with MS experiencing a relapse (relapse was determined by the investigator; specific criteria were not defined by the study protocol).
Knowledge about the relapse process is of great importance, not only so as to aid our understanding of the process itself, but also to be able to implement appropriate strategies for reducing relapse rates, or for training smokers how to stay abstinent (Carroll, 1996; Ferguson & Shiffman, 2010).
We have also examined the impact of age-adjusted International Prognostic Index (aaIPI) and time to the first relapse on the OS and PFS after the beginning of the second line treatment; the impact of time to disease relapse after the first line of treatment (early or late relapse) on OS, and time to disease progression after the second line of treatment.
"Fluticasone 0.05% cream is a potent topical corticosteroid with a low systemic absorption and rapid metabolism and clearance," which argues for low likelihood of causing systemic side effects and possible use in preventing atopic dermatitis relapse. And it is not very expensive.
How many times did you suffer from relapse before finally kicking the drug habit?
Relapse: Urine albumin 3+ or 4+ (or proteinuria >40 mg/[m.sup.2]/h) for 3 consecutive early morning specimens, having been in remission previously.
Relapsed disease was diagnosed 24 months after the first treatment was completed; at the time of relapse, she was pregnant in the 28th week and she was induced for labor in the 29th week.
All patients of DLBCL with CNS relapse from 2006 to 2014 were included.
TORONTO, Ont., Canada, June 28, 2017 -- Leukemia researchers here have traced the origins of relapse in acute myeloid leukemia (AML) to rare therapy-resistant leukemia stem cells that are already present at diagnosis and before chemotherapy begins.