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RELAPSE. The condition of one who, after having abandoned a course of vice, returns to it again. Vide Recidive.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Noteworthy, the myoblast for one of our patients was only dim positive for CD56 in the biopsy of the relapsed EM AML in the breast, and for the other patient only 3% of the blast cells at the time of AML diagnosis was CD56 positive.
Once relapsed in CNS, these patients have very poor prognosis.
Of the 17 patients with any baseline hallucinations who were switched to placebo, 13 (77%) relapsed, compared with 38% of the patients with hallucinations who continued risperidone (risk ratio, 1.98).
Most patients relapsed during maintenance therapy so there is a need to introduce a more intensive maintenance therapy.
We referred all the relapsed patients and those requiring further evaluation and treatment to the nearest health facilities for appropriate management.
As regards marital status, [chi square] (1, N = 119) = 11.020, p < .05, (Bonferroni correction p < .012), it was observed that among women who relapsed there was a significantly higher percentage of divorcees than among men (2.0% male vs.
Clients may use terminology like "I tend to ..."; "I often ..."; or "when--happens, I rarely...." For instance, the client might say, "When I think back on the times I relapsed, I notice that I often feel complacent with my recovery.
The researchers found that the relapsed cancer cells did not contain a large number of new mutations, as some had predicted.
The study will look at the illness of 50 children who developed relapsed medulloblastoma.
The study was limited to patients who had relapsed following completion of induction chemotherapy, resulting in a final group of 50 patients with 114 blood and bone marrow specimens (50 diagnostic, 50 first relapse, 14 second relapse).