polyleptic

polyleptic

 [pol″e-lep´tik]
having many remissions and exacerbations.

pol·y·lep·tic

(pol'ē-lep'tik),
Denoting a disease occurring in paroxysms, for example, malaria, epilepsy.
[poly- + G. lēpsis, a seizing]

polyleptic

/poly·lep·tic/ (-lep´tik) having many remissions and exacerbations.

polyleptic

[pol′ēlep′tik]
Etymology: Gk, polys + lambanein, to seize
describing any disease or condition marked by numerous remissions and exacerbations.

pol·y·lep·tic

(pol'ē-lep'tik)
Denoting a disease occurring in many paroxysms, e.g., malaria, epilepsy.
[poly- + G. lēpsis, a seizing]

polyleptic

having many remissions and exacerbations.