spontaneous recovery


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spontaneous recovery

n
(Psychology) psychol the reappearance of a response after its extinction has been followed by a period of rest
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SOCRATES: And this spontaneous recovery of knowledge in him is recollection?
Scientists have known for many years that the lamprey achieves spontaneous recovery from spinal cord injury, but we have not known the molecular recipe that accompanies and supports this remarkable capacity.
Observations on spontaneous recovery from intervertebral disc herniation.
1, 4) The decision was based on parental concerns, as well as the fact that the baby could be weaned from ventilator early, and the siblings had a spontaneous recovery of vocal cord mobility.
The 12-month results suggest that many of the Cohort 2 subjects are seeing a durable clinical benefit above and beyond what you would expect to see from spontaneous recovery following a severe spinal cord injury," said CMO Edward.
But Parents and wanted to wait for spontaneous recovery with conservative management.
Spontaneous acute spinal subdural hematoma: spontaneous recovery from severe paraparesis--case report and review.
A third difficulty is that of spontaneous recovery of hearing.
Although many patients experience varying degrees of spontaneous recovery after injury, a lack of understanding of this remarkable process has prohibited the development of therapies for treating SCI patients with enduring neurological dysfunction.
Procurement procedure for the award of the management of services consisting in the support activities for the spontaneous recovery and assessment of taxes~ ICI, IMU, TASI, TARSU, TARES, TARI, ICP, DPA, TOSAP, votive lights, the stands revenues the daily market or any tribute was to be introduced to replace those currently in force on the basis of future regulatory provisions "as well as the compulsory recovery of infrastructure costs.
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