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  • noun Plural form of recurrence.

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Examples

  • "For the first time, one single application of a 50mg dose acyclovir delivered through MBT is able to prevent the occurrence of vesicular lesions and to have an impact upon long term recurrences of oro-facial herpes episodes.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • 'But,' said Dare, 'I arrived here with a hundred napoleons and more, expressly to work out my theory of chances and recurrences, which is sound; I have studied it hundreds of times by the help of this.'

    A Laodicean : a Story of To-day

  • The diagnoses of our cancer recurrences ( "recurrences" being one of those misnomers we simply endure) tumbled out upon one another by days, and I felt — and feel — connected to a man who loved what I loved, although we came to nearly every argument from opposite corners of the ring.

    Finding Common Cause

  • Eduardo, Theo Walcott and Cesc Fabregas, to name but three, have suffered injuries described as "recurrences" shortly after returning to action.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Cesc Fabregas, to name but three, have suffered injuries described as "recurrences" shortly after returning to action.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • On a level related to the first from recurrences emerges a waveform.

    Epiphenomenal Glider

  • But after a couple of weeks of feeling depressed, and despite a few episodic recurrences when he tried and failed to assume other responsibilities, Walter did as he was told with as much cheer as he could muster.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • Full of strange, halting cadences and haunting recurrences, it was not beautiful.

    The Sun of the Wolf

  • These recurrences happen around ten years after treatment with peak recurrences between ten and twenty years from the initial treatment.

    Marcia G. Yerman: An Interview with Dr. Diane M. Harper, HPV Expert

  • They're used now to prevent recurrences in breast cancer patients who are past menopause, and doctors have long suspected they may help prevent initial cases, too.

    Breast Cancer Risk May Be Cut With Hormone-Blocker Aromasin In Some Groups

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