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acute

new onset, likely concerning

acute on chronic

new exacerbation of a chronic condition

chronic

long standing, constant

fluctuating

symptoms that are always present but changing in severity, never fully resolving

intermittent

symptoms that completely resolve at times, but continue to return repeatedly

paroxysmal

occasional, sporadic, transient

resolved

gone, no longer existing

transient

resolving spontaneously after onset