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in·ter·mit·tence

, intermittency (in'tĕr-mit'ens, -en-sē),
1. A condition marked by intermissions or interruptions in the course of a disease or other process or state or in any continued action; denoting especially a loss of one or more pulse beats.
2. Complete cessation of symptoms between two periods of activity of a disease.

intermittence

(ĭn″tĕr-mĭt′ĕns) [″ + mittere, to send]
1. A condition marked by intermissions in the course of a disease or of a process.
2. A loss of one or more pulse beats.
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