re·cur·rent /-ˈkɝənt, ˈkʌrənt/
1. Returning from time to time; recurring; as, recurrent pains.
2. Anat. Running back toward its origin; as, a recurrent nerve or artery.
Recurrent fever. Med. See Relapsing fever, under Relapsing.
Recurrent pulse Physiol., the pulse beat which appears (when the radial artery is compressed at the wrist) on the distal side of the point of pressure through the arteries of the palm of the hand.
Recurrent sensibility Physiol., the sensibility manifested by the anterior, or motor, roots of the spinal cord (their stimulation causing pain) owing to the presence of sensory fibers from the corresponding sensory or posterior roots.
adj : recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate
the requirements" [syn: perennial, repeated]