recrudescent


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re·cru·des·cent

(rē'krū-des'ĕnt),
Becoming active again, relating to a recrudescence.

re·cru·des·cent

(rē'krū-des'ĕnt)
Becoming active again, relating to a recrudescence.

recrudescent

(rē″kroo-dĕs′ĕnt)
Assuming renewed activity after a dormant or inactive period.
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As drug levels fall below the MIC, malaria parasitemia will rise, and a recrudescent infection can be detected over time with reduced drug concentrations below the MIC [12].
In 'An Episode of Cathedral History', Gothic Revival renovations lay waste to 'beautiful wainscot oak' and 'lovely old gilding work', but this attempt to fashion an alternative heritage opens a space in the altar within which a recrudescent demonic force can lurk.
This article analyzes recrudescent syphilis prevalence and incidence in the late 20th and early 21st century, the impact of syphilis on HIV and vice versa, and HIV-specific testing, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
Thus, in an increasingly postmodernist world of tremendous development in science and technology, digital and satellite communication, much of Africa continues to tell a tale whose leitmotifs are recrudescent fratricidal conflicts, genocidal wars, corruption, poverty, hunger, disease, injustice, greed, gratuitous ethnic nationalism, etc.
Recrudescent typhus, or Brill-Zinsser disease, can occur decades after initial infections in epidemic typhus survivors and renew louse-borne transmission to close contacts.
The day seven plasma concentrations in all the subjects, less one, were more than the cut-off value of 0.28mg/l required to prevent the recrudescent infection.
[...] If the Holocaust becomes commensurate with the literary imagination, then what of those recrudescent Nazis, the so-called revisionists, who claim the events themselves are nothing but imaginings?" (Kauvar 390)
Patients who continue to have recrudescent or persistent fever 48 hours after the first WIG dose should receive a second IVIG dose, according to Dr.
Jackson s uncanny dexterity, disciplined grace, and explosive imagination coalesced in a series of immortal movements, which, in their turn, freeze-framed the recrudescent genius of street dance, summarized the important history of Fred Astaire-like purposeful grace in executing dance steps, and extended the brilliant tradition of African-American performers like Bojangles, Sammy Davis, and Katherine Dunham surging against the odds to create a vital art.
(47,48) Similar studies demonstrated that a 10-day treatment with erythromycin or clarithromycin, and a 5-day course of azithromycin are effective for the treatment of C pneumoniae respiratory infections, but prolonged therapy (eg, at least 2 to 3 weeks) are desirable, because recrudescent symptoms have been reported.
CD Your early poems are a gold mine as far as how you move from your questions of self hood as a young woman in 1942 through 1945, to finding yourself as a poet piercing the world with your own voice during a time of powerful recrudescent expression among other women poets, particularly Anne Sexton and Sylvia Plath.