rebound phenomenon

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re·bound phe·nom·e·non

n. fenómeno de rebote, movimiento intensificado de una parte hacia adelante cuando se elimina la fuerza inicial contra la cual ésta hacía resistencia.
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Although data from patients who participated in randomized clinical trials suggest that disease activity returns to pretreatment levels in most multiple sclerosis (MS) patients who discontinue fingolimod [1], several case reports suggest that some patients experience unexpectedly severe disease activity consistent with a rebound phenomenon [2-6].
Knobler, "Withdrawal from clozapine: the rebound phenomenon," The Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences, vol.
Possibility of a rebound phenomenon following antiplatelet therapy withdrawal: A look at the clinical and pharmacological evidence.
Rebound phenomenon to systemic corticosteroid in atopic dermatisis.
The clinical significance of this rebound phenomenon is yet to be determined.
Goldman Sachs has recently published a research report and in which the gold price forecast of 2H 2013 is raised from US$1,300 per ounce to US$1,388 per ounce which indicates the gold price rebound phenomenon driven by short-term market sentiment.
It had been noticed these changes usually occur after 1-2 weeks (Laurence and Bennett, 1992) but sometimes rebound phenomenon could take place even after 5 days of discontinuation of drugs (Lapierre et al., 1980).
No rebound phenomenon was observed 3 weeks after the end of treatment for either group.
Miller RR, Olson HG, Amsterdam EA, Mason DT 1975 Propanolol-withdrawal rebound phenomenon New England Journal of Medicine 293 416-418
The pathophysiology of this rebound phenomenon is poorly understood.