immunodepression


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immunodepression

(ĭm′yə-nō-dĭ-prĕsh′ən, ĭ-myo͞o′-)
im′mu·no·de·pres′sant (-prĕs′ənt) n.
im′mu·no·de·pres′sive adj.

immunodepression

an absence or deficient supply of the components of either humoral or cellular immunity, or both. See also agammaglobulinemia, hypogammaglobulinemia, immunodeficiency.
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Prolonged immunodepression after trauma and hemorrhagic shock.
Papilloma virus lesions in immunodepression and immunosuppression.
This reactivation has a completely different clinical outline and can only rarely take the form of a generalized eruption, in cases of severe immunodepression.
The role of parasite-induced immunodepression, rank and social environment in the modulation of behaviour and hormone concentration in male laboratory mice (Mus musculus).
In fact, space conditions [cause problems that] resemble the physiological process of aging and drugs able to reduce microgravity-induced immunodepression might be effective therapeutics against loss of immune performance in aging people.
Murine virus leukaemogenesis relationship between susceptibility and immunodepression.
The development of immunodepression under inflammatory processes of maxillofacial area," Rus.
2007, Nutritional Modulation of Exercise-Induced Immunodepression in Athletes: A Systematic Review and Meta- Analysis, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 61:443-60.
Soft-tissue trauma leads to an immunologic reaction consisting of hyperinflammation and immunodepression at the same time.

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