epicrisis


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epicrisis

(ˈɛpɪˌkraɪsɪs)
n, pl -ses (-siːz)
(Pathology) pathol a secondary crisis occurring in the course of a disease
[C20: from epi- + crisis]

epicrisis

a detailed criticism of a book, dissertation, or other writing.
See also: Criticism
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Like Ames, Hale elsewhere labels the acts of conscience as synteresis (general principle), syneidesis (minor premise), epicrisis (concluding judgment).
Demographic properties of the patients, diagnoses, communication before transport, presence of adequate epicrisis, transport with ambulance and transport incubator, presence of birth report-identity and gender expression, patency of venous access, state of intubation, circulatory disorder, hypoglycemia, hypothermia and hypotension and TRIPS (Transport Risk Index of Physiologic Stability) scores were evaluated statistically.
Other devices of the "verisimilar" style are found in Lanham's group, "example, allusion, and citation of authority": martyria, epicrisis, apodixis, apomnemonysis, exemplum (to which we could add nominal seriation).