delitescence


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delitescence

(ˌdɛlɪˈtɛsəns)
n
(Medicine) the sudden disappearance of a lesion or of the signs and symptoms of a disease
[C18: from Latin dēlitēscens, present participle of dēlitēscere to lurk, from latēscere to become hidden, from latēre to be hidden; see latent]
ˌdeliˈtescent adj
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delitescence

the sudden disappearance of symptoms or of objective signs of a lesion or disease. — delitescent, adj.
See also: Disease and Illness
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However, all the epidemic models above do not consider the change of delitescence of the infectious diseases.
"Basic Reactions of the Body to Irritation" According to Horner's (4) A Treatise on Pathological Anatomy Reactions Variants Inflammation Acute or phlegmasia, chronic (tubercle, ossification, delitescence), resolution, abscess, ulceration, induration (scirrhus), gangrene, sub-inflammation, cancer, pseudo-membranes, erythemoid, mollescence, fungiform or granulated, follicular or pustular, hepatization Hemorrhage None described Nervous No findings Secretory None described Nutritive Obesity, hypertrophy Tissue transformation Into fibrous, cartilaginous, bony, etc Nonclassified Melanosis, engorgement, hypertrophy, atrophy, morbid degeneration, dilatation, polyp