Recurrent

Recurrent: Back again. A recurrent fever is a fever that has returned after an intermission: a recrudescent fever.
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Recurrent

Re·cur'rent (-r e nt) adjective [ Latin recurrens , -entis , present participle of recurrere : confer French récurrent . See Recur .] 1. Returning from time to time; recurring; as, recurrent pains. 2. (Anat.) Running back tow
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recurrent

Returning after intermissions. ... Origin: L. Recurrens = returning ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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recurrent

(re-kur´әnt) returning after a remission; reappearing.
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Recurrent

• (a.) Returning from time to time; recurring; as, recurrent pains. • (a.) Running back toward its origin; as, a recurrent nerve or artery.
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recurrent

(L. recurrens returning) returning after intermissions.
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recurrent

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-kŭr′ĕnt Definitions: 1. anatomy turning back on itself. 2. Denoting symptoms or lesions reappearing after an intermission or remission.
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recurrent

Latin re = back, and currere = to run; hence a structure that bends, and runs back toward its source.
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RECURRENT

returning or occurring repeatedly.
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