exogenous, relapse が医学の領域でどのように使うのかもう一度チェック。それからcashier の二つの意味を確認しました。
Having an external cause or origin.
‘technological changes exogenous to the oil industry’
Often contrasted with endogenous
1.1Biology Growing or originating from outside an organism.
‘an exogenous hormone’
1.2Psychiatry (of a disease or symptom) attributable to an agent or organism outside the body.
‘While external climatic factors are the cause of exogenous diseases such as fevers, colds and flus, Ama
is the root of more endogenous diseases such as arthritis, heart disease and cancer.’
‘A patient history
should include attention to exogenous agents that may cause or further aggravate symptoms.’
‘Doctors generally avoid prescribing hormone replacement therapy to postmenopausal women with systemic lupus erythematosus because of a widespread belief that exogenous oestrogens make the disease worse.’
‘All patients underwent toxicological analysis to exclude the presence of alcohol and other exogenous agents.’
‘Like addiction, pornography is an ostensibly participatory process which commensurates the organism to exogenous - and arbitrary - stimuli.’
1(of a sick or injured person) deteriorate after a period of improvement.
‘two of the patients in remission relapsed after 48 months’
‘One patient relapsed upon discontinuation of clarithromycin therapy but has since responded to re-initiation of treatment.’
‘Thirteen patients relapsed after positive response to therapy and developed tumors at pre-existing or new sites within the body.’
‘All patients were cured ultimately and no patients relapsed during six months of follow up.’
‘In the nortriptyline-lithium
group, only one patient relapsed after five weeks of medication.’
‘The patient had relapsed 1 year prior to the current presentation and was treated with 2-clorodeoxyadenosine.’
‘Ten patients relapsed after the completion of treatment.’
‘If patients relapsed, they were crossed over to the other treatment regimen.’
‘It was reported some patients relapsed within days to months after the reserpine treatment.’
‘However, when light therapy was discontinued, patients quickly relapsed, whereas patients on tryptophan had a slower relapse rate.’
‘Ten out of the eleven patients relapsed after discontinuing MPA
against medical advice.’
‘And she didn't have that at that point, so she's relapsing.’
‘He ended up relapsing and he also ended up dying on the street.’
‘Two of the 11 patients relapsed on valproic acid.’
‘Anyone who has familiarity with chemical dependency
treatment knows of circumstances where leaders have relapsed or not been honest about their recovery.’
‘This finding is clinically significant since it explains why many patients relapsed after being directly switched from clozapine to risperidone.’
‘When people relapsed despite the aversions, the researchers asked them a lot of questions about what happened.’
‘They have relapsed back into their old ways, the revival already forgotten.’
‘Tell them I've relapsed if you have to, but please don't tell them what I've been doing.’
‘He has apparently given up drugs on three or four occasions, but he has relapsed.’
‘We offered endoscopy to patients who relapsed.’
get ill again, get worse again, have a relapse, suffer a relapse, worsen, deteriorate, degenerate, take a turn for the worse, sicken, weaken, fail, sink
A person handling payments and receipts in a shop, bank, or business.
Late 16th century from Dutch cassier or French caissier, from caisse ‘cash’.
Main definitions of cashier in English : cashier1cashier2
1Dismiss (someone) from the armed forces in disgrace because of a serious misdemeanour.
‘he was found guilty and cashiered’
1.1informal Suspend or dismiss from an office or position.
‘the team owner had been cashiered for consorting with a gambler’
Late 16th century (in the sense ‘dismiss or disband troops’): from Flemish kasseren ‘disband (troops)’ or ‘revoke (a will)’, from French casser ‘revoke, dismiss’, from Latin quassare (see quash).