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rebound

 [re´bound]
a reversed response occurring upon withdrawal of a stimulus.
acid rebound an increased rate of gastric acid secretion occurring 30 to 60 minutes after eating.
insulin rebound see insulin rebound.

rebound

(rē'bownd),
Act or condition of recovery or improvement in a patient.

rebound

Medspeak
adjective Referring to a reversed response when a stimulus is withdrawn.
 
Physical examination
noun A technique used in physical examination of a patient in which the forehand is pressed firmly on the abdomen and then released.

rebound

adjective Referring to a reversed response when a stimulus is withdrawn. See REMS rebound Physical examination A technique of clinical evaluation in which the forehand is pressed firmly on the abdomen and released. See Rebound tenderness.

re·bound

(rē'bownd)
Act or condition of recovery or improvement in a patient.
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> Older age when starting antiretroviral therapy lowered rebound risk: For example, compared with people younger than 20 when starting therapy, those 25 to 30 or 30 to 35 had a 59% lower rebound risk, and those 45 or older had a 66% lower risk.
Don't get a tattoo of the initials of the person you're in a rebound relationship with, unless they're also your initials.
Caption: In the study, rebounds were significantly more likely among girls than boys.
And since we speak of causalities as the defining principle of the rebound effect, let me just add the minor hint to Friedrichsmeier and Matthies that "embodied energy" can either be a rebound or not: the energy embodied in, say, a fuel-efficient car that a consumer buys due to considerations that have nothing to do with efficiency should not be considered a rebound.
--Silver Schmidt rebound hammer has resulted 1.3 to 3.6-times larger coefficient of variation in the recorded rebound indices compared to the original Schmidt rebound hammer,
There is a surprisingly large literature on energy efficiency rebound. Numerous papers have reviewed this literature, with Greening, Greene and Difiglio (2000) being the most widely referenced, and more recent contributions from Sorrell (2009), Jenkins, Nordhaus and Shellenberger (2011), and Azevedo, Sonnberger, Thomas, Morgan, and Renn (2012).
Finally, Rebound's Research Director Pam Fairchild will oversee the daily management of both studies.
He scored 12 points and had six rebounds in the win over Oklahoma.
While love on the rebound is the subject of magazine articles, an Internet Quiz, and an Internet blog (see references) empirical data published in professional journals is virtually nonexistent.
Rebound Sports managing director Dave Riley developed the trainer after a trip to the Far East where he saw a similar product.
Boo's interpretation of the slope revealed that 'a player's average points per game will increase by 1.40 points for every rebound he obtains', on average.
Former pro John Wilson topscored for the Knights, who equaled the Muntinlupa Cagers' best start in the league in the Rajah Cup, with 21 points on top of 10 rebounds and 3 steals.