Noun(1) a failure to maintain a higher state
Verb(1) deteriorate in health(2) go back to bad behavior
(1) In the first placebo controlled trial conducted in rapid cycling disorder, lamotrigine improved the overall relapse rate.(2) Many of these patients also experienced a relapse of their psychotic illness after the pregnancy.(3) During follow up some of them had a bacteriological relapse of the disease within one and a half years.(4) he responded well to treatment, but then suffered a relapse(5) The measure of the sterilizing activity of a regimen is reflected by the relapse rate after successful treatment.(6) he suffered a relapse of schizophrenia after a car crash(7) She emphasised she had a realistic plan to try and avoid a relapse into the cycle of drug use and crime which has had her in its grip for the past five years.(8) Thirteen patients relapsed after positive response to therapy and developed tumors at pre-existing or new sites within the body.(9) We offered endoscopy to patients who relapsed .(10) He calls it a blip and likens it to a reformed alcoholic relapsing into a 24-hour binge.(11) A systematic review of 19 randomised trials and 3765 patients found that 33% of naive patients and 49% of relapsers achieved a sustained virological response on combination therapy.(12) Lower doses of metronidazole are often effective in invasive disease but may fail to eliminate the intraluminal infection, allowing clinical relapses to occur.(13) The Lords sought to change the legislation to make it apply to people who had suffered debilitating depression and had recovered but then relapsed into further bouts.(14) Number of relapses increased the likelihood of subsequent relapses, but there were no characteristic differences between one-time relapsers and multiple relapsers .(15) The patient had relapsed 1 year prior to the current presentation and was treated with 2-clorodeoxyadenosine.(16) During the treatment period, the drug significantly reduced new lesions in the brain and reduced the number of patients suffering relapses .
1. deterioration ::
2. decline ::
5. revert ::
6. get worse ::
7. regress ::
Different Formsrelapse, relapsed, relapses, relapsing
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Yes, but he can RELAPSE if Penny
ever invites us to hear her sing again.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 10
...is to help each other put a finger
on what our RELAPSE triggers might be...
Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 9
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