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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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The relapse rate in MB leprosy patients treated with 2 years of WHO-MDT is not low.
This neurochemical detail links the relapse and reward pathways, he says, so dopamine must play a role in relapses.
About half of the patients had CNS relapse despite primary CNS prophylaxis.
Keywords: Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, Blast cells, Bone marrow, Relapse.
In our programme, relapse in patients with negative skin smears is indicated by the appearance of new symptoms and signs of the disease occurring 4 years or more after stopping MDT, to minimize the risk of confusing relapse with reaction.
However relapse could not be differentiated from reinfection in this study due to non availability as well inaccurate results of newer molecular techniques.
It is important to assess with the patient precipitating events that led to the relapse and anticipate warning signs.
Unfortunately, patients proved unable to detect any early indicators of relapse in the preceding months.
In one of the most influential social-cognitive-behavioural models proposed by Marlatt (6,7), relapse has been viewed as an unfolding process in which resumption of substance use is the last event in a long sequence of maladaptive responses to internal or external stressors.
To more clearly determine the ability of history and type of personality disorder to predict the clinical course of alcohol relapse as it relates to stress, a large, multicenter, prospective study enrolled 573 patients with schizotypal personality disorder (STPD), borderline personality disorder (BPD), antisocial personality disorder (ASPD), or obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD), and followed them for 6 years.
54 for relapse among those with a history of vitamin D supplement use, she said.
Over 6 more months, most of those people had fewer relapses and fewer sites of new myelin damage than they had while receiving the placebo, the scientists report in the Sept.
A small cohort of the study subjects has been followed now for 8 years, and preliminary data from these 87 women suggest that late relapse rates may be creeping up in both treatment groups, said Dr.
However, following a prolonged recovery from this initial acute event and after frequent and intermittent relapses of weakness and paresis, the diagnosis of CIDP was established.
You're likely not in as much danger as an addict, who must contend with the possibility of relapse in addition to the source of tension.