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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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15 (H2) in the initial infection; this clone appeared to have caused the recrudescence (Figure 1, panel C).
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Month N Regression Recrudescence Spermiogenesis February 1 0 1 0 March 14 0 10 4 April 25 1 2 22 May 28 0 2 26 June 14 2 0 12 July 9 8 0 1 August 8 6 1 1 September 1 0 1 0 October 5 1 4 0 Table 2.
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To be sure, the Church's fight against antisemitism will need to be pursued with a great deal of energy in a world where its recrudescence is seen in Europe and new excrescences are seen in the Middle East and elsewhere.
But the apparent recrudescence of the cold war mindset should be cause for concern.
The architectural features evident so far are a recrudescence of Osbert Lancaster's New Brutalism exemplified by a multi-storey car park and other concrete masses.
The problem basically is theological and involves, a spiritual recrudescence.
If there is to be a recrudescence of work on the Revolution and councils, however, it will have to be informed by a sober appreciation of the socioeconomic and psychological consequences of the First World War rather than by the euphoria over "direct democracy" and other enthusiasms of the 1960s and 1970s.
In this respect one might question Burns' terminal date of 1525 because in the subsequent decades there follows a hemorrhaging of universal imperial insignia, hitherto enjoyed by the Holy Roman Emperor, to the benefit of England, France and Castile, while at the same time presenting further a recrudescence of universal empire associated with the more enthusiastic servants of Charles of Habsburg.
Accentuated by the collapse of Soviet-bloc communism and the unification of Germany, the recrudescence of fascism constitutes one of the most dangerous and unsettling trends in Europe today.
And it may be important that social scientists make themselves aware of this propensity so that they don't, to cite just one instance, find themselves thoroughly surprised by the recrudescence of religious fundamentalism during the final quarter of the 20th century.