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relapse into something

to experience a return to a worse condition. Valerie relapsed into a coma in the afternoon. Mary relapsed into her depression after a brief period of normalcy.
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Unfortunately, patients proved unable to detect any early indicators of relapse in the preceding months.
In one of the most influential social-cognitive-behavioural models proposed by Marlatt (6,7), relapse has been viewed as an unfolding process in which resumption of substance use is the last event in a long sequence of maladaptive responses to internal or external stressors.
To more clearly determine the ability of history and type of personality disorder to predict the clinical course of alcohol relapse as it relates to stress, a large, multicenter, prospective study enrolled 573 patients with schizotypal personality disorder (STPD), borderline personality disorder (BPD), antisocial personality disorder (ASPD), or obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD), and followed them for 6 years.
Over 6 more months, most of those people had fewer relapses and fewer sites of new myelin damage than they had while receiving the placebo, the scientists report in the Sept.
The published study showed that at 5 years, the relapse rate was 0.
Treatment had increased the speed with which her weakness resolved, but she continued to experience relapses.
Exposure to stress has long been thought to trigger relapse in humans (3, 4) and was recently shown for the first time in an experimental setting to induce craving for cocaine in abstaining addicts (5).
Law enforcement and addiction counselors will interpret relapse differently.
Using those findings, neurologists compared the relapse rates with rates during the year before the pregnancy.
The median survival time for patients with follicular non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is 7-10 years, and relapses are common, therefore, we're aiming to delay progression as long as possible," said Patrick Stiff, M.
To more clearly determine the ability of history and type of personality disorder to predict the clinical course of alcohol relapse as it relates to stress, a large, multicenter prospective study enrolled 573 patients with schizotypal personality disorder (STPD), borderline personality disorder (BPD), antisocial personality disorder (ASPD), or obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD), and followed them for 6 years.
On the basis of thick and thin peripheral blood smear examination, a relapse of P.
Pooled data from three separate, controlled trials of the drug suggest that almost three times more patients treated through a relapse eventually achieve a period of abstinence, compared with controls, Dr.
Patients relapse because they start making mutant versions of the rogue enzyme to which imatinib molecules can't effectively bind.
July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Relapse following treatment for drug and alcohol addiction is common, predictable and preventable, according to "Relapse & Recovery: Behavioral Strategies for Change," a research report by the Caron Foundation, one of the nation's oldest and largest addiction treatment centers.