Remission

Remission is a temporary weakening of the (partial remission) or disappearance of a complete remission of symptoms of the disease. Remission is typical for chronic diseases, often flowing in cycles. They are observed with malaria, ulcers, anemia Addison - Biermer and some other diseases and can be explained as a temporary resistance of protective forces of the organism and the features of the illness, when the phase change it is accompanied by a temporary disappearance of the pain. However remission cannot be regarded as a return to a state of complete health. The duration of remission from several days to several years or even decades (at mental diseases, diseases of the blood). In the latter cases, they may create a false impression of recovery.

Remission (from lat. remissio - reduction, relaxation) - temporary weakening or disappearance of symptoms. The presence of remission is typical for the current series of diseases peptic ulcer disease, malaria, some infectious diseases, anemia Addison - Biermer etc. the Presence of remission is especially true for a number of mental diseases in which it is sometimes very resistant (lasts for many years or even decades), creating a false impression of recovery. However, more often R. is much shorter duration (weeks, months). There are RV full (disappearance of all symptoms of the disease) and incomplete (relieving symptoms of the disease).