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recrudescence

 [re″kroo-des´ens]
recurrence of symptoms after temporary abatement; a recrudescence occurs after some days or weeks, a relapse after weeks or months. adj., adj recrudes´cent.

re·cru·des·cence

(rē'krū-des'ĕns),
Resumption of a morbid process or its symptoms after a period of remission.
[L. re-crudesco, to become raw again, break out afresh, fr. crudus, raw, harsh]

recrudescence

/re·cru·des·cence/ (re″kroo-des´ens) recurrence of symptoms after temporary abatement.recrudes´cent

recrudescence

[rē′kro̅o̅des′əns]
Etymology: L, re + crudescere, to become hard
a return of symptoms of a disease during a period of recovery.

recrudescence

Reappearance of a disease after a quiescent stage; recurrence; relapse

re·cru·des·cence

(rē'krū-des'ĕns)
Resumption of a morbid process or its symptoms after a period of remission.

recrudescence

the renewal of growth.

re·cru·des·cence

(rē'krū-des'ĕns)
Resumption of morbid process or symptoms after remission.

recrudescence

recurrence of clinical signs after temporary abatement; a recrudescence occurs after some days or weeks, a relapse after weeks or months.
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