Metabasis

Me·tab'a·sis noun ; plural Metabases . [ New Latin , from Greek ..., from ... to pass over; ... beyond, over + ... to go.] 1. (Rhet.) A transition from one subject to another. 2. (Medicine) Same as Metabola .
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metabasis

Rarely used term for a change of any kind in symptoms or course of a disease. ... Origin: G. A passing over, change, fr. Metabaino, to pass over ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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metabasis

(mә-tab´ә-sis) change in the manifestations or course of a disease.
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Metabasis

• (n.) Same as Metabola. • (n.) A transition from one subject to another.
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metabasis

Type: Term Pronunciation: mĕ-tab′ă-sis Definitions: 1. Rarely used term for a change of any kind in symptoms or course of a disease.
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metabasis

transition; transfer; in rhetoric, movement from one topic to another
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