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catabasis

[kətab′əsis] pl. catabases
Etymology: Gk, kata, down, bainein, to go
the phase in which a disease declines. catabatic [kat′əbat′ik] , adj.

catabasis

An obsolete term for a period of disease abatement; e.g., remission.

catabasis

(kă-tăb′ă-sĭs) [Gr. kata, down, + basis, going]
The decline of a disease.

catabasis

the stage of decline of a disease.
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