The patient feels much better in every respect, and there is little to no aggravation.
Levels: this is how high level Group A patients react, whatever the dose administered. Group D patient would also not have a reaction but then their condition would relapse very quickly again.
Diagnosis: Ideal case, dose is a perfect match.
As we are particularly seeking to avoid violent reactions, this is ideally what you should observe in all yours cases if the dose is well attuned. Any functional pathology will react in this way; let’s say the aggravation is so faint that it probably goes unnoticed by the patient. In cases where the suffering is already at its maximum, the same reaction would be observed.