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flare-up

(flâr′ŭp′)
n.
1. An outburst or eruption: a flare-up of anger.
2. A sudden worsening of the symptoms of a disease or condition: a flare-up of eczema.

flare-up

Medtalk An acute worsening of a condition
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Many studies indicated post-operative pain as low as 0.39%6 and as high as 20%.7 Post-operative incidence of pain following the root canal treatment reported from 3% to 58%.8 Although the occurrence of flare-up is low, it's often having a severe impact on the patients and clinicians.
But the day grew gradually warmer and drier - leading to a few flare-ups during the afternoon - and fire tacticians remained wary of the hot weather expected to move into the area beginning today.
Flare-up is the term commonly used to describe the characteristic symptoms of pain and swelling that may arise following endodontic treatment.
In making its assessment, the Committee reviewed data on this new cluster of cases together with responses to earlier Ebola flare-ups that occurred after the original chains of transmission were interrupted in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.
TRIM excess fat from meats to make cleanup easier and reduce the chance of flare-ups. ?
Many lupus patients take anti-inflammatory medication to suppress flare-ups of their symptoms.
A clinical trial involving 372 patients who had relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis indicates that administering interferon beta-1b by injection every other day decreased the frequency of flare-ups and kept more patients free of flare-ups over a two-year treatment period.
On the eve of West Africa being declared free of Ebola virus transmission, top United Nations officials today highlighted the extraordinary global cooperation mustered to tackle an epidemic that killed over 11,300 people, at the same time calling for vigilance against future flare-ups.
For calming flare-ups Bioderma Sensibio AR, [euro]20 Quickly soothes and moisturises aggravated skin, and calms that overheated feeling.
And he soon found that the flare-ups of the condition were relieved.
Of course, significant challenges remain.We can anticipate future flare-ups of Ebola in the coming year.Liberias experience in combating two flare-ups has shown the resilience and capacity of the affected countries to reactivate emergency response mechanisms and contain the virus.