epicrisis


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ep·i·cri·sis

(ep'i-krī'sis),
A secondary crisis; a crisis terminating a recrudescence of morbid symptoms following a primary crisis.

epicrisis

/epi·cri·sis/ (ep´ĭ-kri″sis) a secondary crisis.

ep·i·cri·sis

(ep'i-krī-sis)
A secondary crisis; a crisis terminating a recrudescence of morbid symptoms following a primary crisis.

ep·i·cri·sis

(ep'i-krī-sis)
A secondary crisis; a crisis terminating a recrudescence of morbid symptoms following a primary crisis.
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In our country, there is still no official regulation providing the standardization of the epicrisis paper which includes birth report, identitiy and gender information and written referral information.
Like Pym's catalogues of nouns and his use of martyria, epicrisis adds to the sense of verisimilitude in Pym - the impression that Pym's antarctic voyage was fact and not fiction, and that Pym, with the crew of the Jane Guy, really did go beyond previous explorers toward the South Pole.