From all that we know, it is probable that their number in the meantime had undergone an intercurrent increase.
Proceeding to its natural termination without complications or intercurrent affections, death finally occurs from exhaustion.
In those rare instances of generalized disease the patient has usually died from an intercurrent tuberculosis.
Although outbreaks of anxiety may be intercurrent, the dominant picture is of stupor.
intercurrent, in-tėr-kur′ent, adj. running between: intervening.
Though this be not every where so, the intercurrent partitions in some places being very much thicker in proportion to the holes.
His intercurrent cough is the most remarkable adjunct to oratory I ever heard.
The possibility of the three high temperatures with leucocytosis being due to intercurrent infections must be considered.
The enlargement is usually by no means so great, and no doubt is due in part to intercurrent infections.
Patients are not infrequently carried off by intercurrent disease.
intercurrent in·ter·cur·rent (ĭn'tər-kûr'ənt, -kŭr'-)
Occurring in addition to and usually altering the course of another disease.