According to the 1st Circuit, the insurance company might have avoided paying for the entire period had it argued that Colby's risk of relapse
diminished over time.
Responses to items in Part 2 were summarized for the overall population and stratified by relapse
treatment; post-hoc analyses evaluated differences between treatment groups.
The majority of relapses
studied with the Marlatt codification system are attributed to coping with negative emotional states and to social pressure (Cummings et al., 1980; Hodgins, el-Guebaly, & Armstrong, 1995; Lowman, Allen, Stout, & The Relapse
Research Group, 1996; Marlatt, 1996; Marlatt & Gordon, 1985; O'Connell & Martin, 1987).
Data on Ann Arbor stage were available for 18 patients after the second relapse
staged from I to I V: 2 (11.1%), 3 (16.6%), 2 (11.1%) and 11 (61.1%), respectively.
Isolated ocular relapse
in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia during continuing complete remission.
How did you actually overcome or deal with relapse
Table 2 presents the logistic regression analysis of factors associated with frequent relapses
. Short time to first relapse
(<6 months) and concomitant infection during relapses
were significantly associated with increased risk of frequent relapses
An EM AML relapse
will usually progress to involve other EM sites as well as the bone marrow within one year .
Conclusion: Patients with DLBCL who had advanced stage, high LDH and extra-nodal involvement at initial presentation are at high risk for CNS relapse
. About half of the patients had CNS relapse
despite primary CNS prophylaxis.
The findings provide significant insights into cell types fated to relapse
and can help accelerate the quest for new, upfront therapies, according to researchers at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network.
There were 49 SSNS patients in relapse
stage, 64 SSNS patients in remission stage, and 15 SRNS patients.
TORONTO -- Hallucinations--especially auditory hallucinations--triple the risk that a risperidone-controlled Alzheimer's patient with psychoses will relapse
if the drug is withdrawn.
Objective: To determine the frequency, site and time to relapse
from diagnosis, and to see the relationship of relapse
with important prognostic factors.
(1,6) Good evidence exists to stop after five years because our subsequent relapse
risk has been very low.
is the appearance of a new or worsening neurologic symptom, or a reoccurrence of a symptom the person may have had before.