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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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42) Until the true attractor can be found, the rumors linking Procter & Gamble to Satanism are likely to recrudesce.
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Se pertencente a um mundo em que apenas as coisas possuem valor, o homem recrudesce, desumaniza-se e torna-se indiferente.
We report isolation of NiV from Pteropus vampyrus bats, the putative reservoir for the 1998 outbreak in humans and pigs, and present evidence that these bats can harbor latent infections that recrudesce.
Heightened awareness of possible infection with multiple strains, either from reinfection or coinfection, is critical when monitoring patients who are not improving or who recrudesce despite therapy guided by drug-resistance testing.
While pulmonary complications of influenza are most common, unusual presentations you may encounter include influenza encephalopathy (altered mental status, seizures, and mutism) and bacterial superinfection (when fever recurs or recrudesces after initial improvement, often 3-5 days into the course, think Staphylococcus aureus or Group A streptococcal disease).
In general, plague foci in the western US exist in xeric semi-desert environments, and plague recrudesces in epizootic form in response to moderately dry seasons and temperatures (157-159), but with sufficient moisture to sustain hosts, fleas and the plague bacillus below ground.