Recurrence

When cancer returns to the original primary cancer site or in another part of the body. See also relapse.
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Recurrence

Used especially in reference to the recurrence of physical parameters every 27 days (the rotation period of the sun).
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recurrence

[n] - happening again (especially at regular intervals)
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Recurrence

(Recurred, Recurrent) Cancer that has come back again after treatment.
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Recurrence

The reappearance of a disease after a period of remission.
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Recurrence

Recurrence: The return of a sign, symptom or disease after a remission. The reappearance of cancer cells at the same site or in another location is, unfortunately, a familiar form of recurrence. A recurrence or relapse occur after some weeks or months of remission. A recrudescence flares up after only days or at most as few weeks of remission.
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Recurrence

Re·cur'rence (r?*k?r'r e ns), Re*cur'ren*cy (-r e n*s?) noun [ Confer French récurrence .] The act of recurring, or state of being recurrent; return; resort; recourse. « I shall insensibly go on from a rare to a frequent recurrence to the dangerous preparations....
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recurrence

<oncology> The point when cancer cells from the primary tumour are detected following the primary treatment for the cancer. ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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recurrence

noun happening again (especially at regular intervals); `the return of spring`
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recurrence

(re-kur´әns) the return of symptoms after a remission.
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Recurrence

• (n.) Alt. of Recurrency
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recurrence

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-kŭr′ĕns Definitions: 1. A return of the symptoms, occurring as a phenomenon in the natural history of the disease, as seen in recurrent fever. 2. Appearance of a genetic trait in a genetic relative of a proband. Synonyms: relapse
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recurrence

Cancer that has recurred (come back), usually after a period of time during which the cancer could not be detected. The cancer may come back to the same place as the original (primary) tumor or to another place in the body. Also called recurrent cancer.
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Recurrence

The return of cancer after treatment. This can be either local (at the site of the original tumor), or distant (beyond the original site).
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recurrence

The return of cancer, at the same site as the original (primary) tumor or in another location, after the tumor had disappeared.
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Recurrence

When a disease or condition returns. There are several types of breast cancer recurrence.
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