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?
Fainting or black out or collapse refers to a person who has a sudden brief loss of consciousness and usually has a spontaneous recovery. "This happens because the blood vessels suddenly expand with inappropriate low heart rate and decreased blood flow to the brain." She said this is especially common among those aged between 10 and 30 years.
In the present study, Spontaneous recovery after stopping infusion, return of TOF3 among Vecuronium and Atracurium groups was 62.2 [+ or -] 17.7 and 27.9 [+ or -] .7 min respectively and statistically significant.
If there is no early spontaneous recovery, emergency surgical evacuation of the hematoma gives patients the best chance of recovery.
In conclusion, for patients with common peroneal nerve entrapment at the fibular head, watchful waiting until spontaneous recovery occurs has been advocated.
Thus, hemotransfusion or transfusion of blood products caused infection in 41 (13.3%) patients with CHC, 2 (4.2 %) with spontaneous recovery (OR, 0.28 [95 % CI, 0.06-1.21]; p<0.07).
Six (5.8%) patients showed spontaneous recovery while 97 (94%) patients received treatment for ITP.
Residual function of the vestibular system on both sides is not sufficient to promote spontaneous recovery. Vestibular implant may provide an opportunity to restore the vestibular function to be able to selectively stimulate the vestibular system in patients with disabling bilateral vestibular loss for whom there is currently no other available option.
(2) The rates of spontaneous recovery within the literature vary widely from 32% to 65%.
She was scheduled for monthly follow-up to monitor for any signs of spontaneous recovery. Minimal functional recovery of the orbicularis oculi and orbicularis oris muscles was observed 5 months post-injury.
Recovery from prolonged deep rocuronium-induced neuromuscular blockade: A randomized comparison of sugammadex reversal with spontaneous recovery. Anaesthesist 2015; 64: 506-12.
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