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In the affair of love, which, out of strict conformity with the Stoic philosophy, we shall here treat as a disease, this proneness to relapse is no less conspicuous.
I had already been three months in prison, and although I was still weak and in continual danger of a relapse, I was obliged to travel nearly a hundred miles to the country town where the court was held.
During that long interval Starbuck would ever be apt to fall into open relapses of rebellion against his captain's leadership, unless some ordinary, prudential, circumstantial influences were brought to bear upon him.
Square offspring has sometimes resulted from a slightly Irregular Triangle; but in almost every such case the Irregularity of the first generation is visited on the third; which either fails to attain the Pentagonal rank, or relapses to the Triangular.
Patients in the intervention group showed significantly lower infection-associated and total relapse rates [rate difference 0.
They were counseled about the early warning signs of relapse and urged to contact their psychiatrist in the event they noticed a signal.
Relapse is a complex and dynamic phenomenon that appears to be determined by both neurobiological and psychosocial processes.
Theoretical models of alcohol relapse have suggested that stress is a major contributor, and this relationship is mediated, at least in part, by characteristics such as personality disorders and onset of alcohol use.
A drug originally devised to prevent immune rejection of organ transplants can lessen relapses in patients with multiple sclerosis, a new study finds.
A small cohort of the study subjects has been followed now for 8 years, and preliminary data from these 87 women suggest that late relapse rates may be creeping up in both treatment groups, said Dr.
However, following a prolonged recovery from this initial acute event and after frequent and intermittent relapses of weakness and paresis, the diagnosis of CIDP was established.
Drug addiction is characterized by a recurrent pattern of drug taking, withdrawal, and relapse to drug taking.