re-exposure

re-exposure

(ˌriːɪkˈspəʊʒə)
n
the act, state, or condition of being re-exposed
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And even more curiously, people with successfully treated illness will relapse with re-exposure unless they are protected by use of preventive medications.
Three weeks after extinction, rats were evaluated for relapse-like behavior after re-exposure to alcohol associated cues.
Lowdose thioperamide injected into the cerebellar vermis of mice immediately after exposure to the elevated plus-maze impairs their avoidance behavior on re-exposure to the apparatus.
It created a platform for the reawakening of culture and re-exposure of Biaanenses to the arts.
The reinstatement was initiated by re-exposure to a single dose of METH to test any anti-reinstatement effects of VEN.
Usually within one to two weeks, the lesions will resolve, as long as the dog is treated successfully and re-exposure does not occur.
The definition of re-challenge is for the hepatocellular pattern ALT level before re-exposure was <5xULN and after re-exposure increased [greater than or equal to]2xALT level before re-exposure, while for cholestatic or mixed pattern ALP level before re-exposure was <2xULN and after re-exposure increased [greater than or equal to]2xALP level before re-exposure (6).
Fear conditioning is "reinstated" in a person or a populace ((https://mondoweiss.net/2017/05/collective-traumatic-oppression/) "collective PTSD") upon re-exposure to-or the recall of-the fear-inducing stimulus.
Two longer-term groups included one that had cocaine exposure with prolonged (30-day) withdrawal followed by context re-exposure (context re-exposure defined as being placed back in the special chamber and lighting they first received cocaine in) and another that had a cocaine exposure with prolonged withdrawal followed by both context and cocaine re-exposure.
During this time, it's best to avoid re-exposure to the sun over extended periods of time.
Step 7: As indicated earlier, monitoring the child's treatment prognosis and planned discharge are critical because lead re-exposure undermines treatment.
Treating unerupted canines can present problems of devitalization, ankylosis, external root resorption, injury to adjacent teeth, and the need for re-exposure. Additionally, marginal bone loss, gingival recession, and sensitivity problems can occur.