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incompatible

 [in″kom-pat´ĭ-b'l]
not suitable for combination, simultaneous administration, or transplantation; mutually repellent.

in·com·pat·i·ble

(in'kom-pat'i-bĕl),
1. Not of suitable composition to be combined or mixed with another agent or substance, without resulting in an undesirable reaction (including chemical alteration or destruction or pharmacologic effect).
2. Denoting those who are unable to associate with one another without resulting anxiety and conflict.
3. Having genotypes that put progeny at high risk of severe recessive disorders or that promote harmful maternal-fetal reaction (for example, erythroblastosis fetalis is Rh incompatible).
4. Having antigenic nonidentity between a donor and a recipient.
[L. in- neg., + con-, with, + patior, pp. passus, to suffer, tolerate]

incompatible

/in·com·pat·i·ble/ (-kom-pat´ĭ-b'l) not suitable for combination, simultaneous administration, or transplantation; mutually repellent.

incompatible

(ĭn′kəm-păt′ə-bəl)
adj.
Medicine
a. Producing an undesirable effect when used in combination with a particular substance: a medication that is incompatible with alcohol.
b. Not immunologically compatible: incompatible blood types.

in′com·pat′i·ble·ness n.
in′com·pat′i·bly adv.

incompatible

[in′kəmpat′əbəl]
Etymology: L, in, not, compatibilus, agreeing
unable to coexist. A tissue transplantation may be rejected because recipient and donor antibody factors are incompatible.

in·com·pat·i·ble

(in'kŏm-pat'i-bĕl)
1. Not suitable to be combined or mixed with another substance.
2. Denoting people who are unable to associate with one another without anxiety and conflict.
3. Having genotypes that put progeny at high risk of severe recessive disorders or that promote harmful maternal-fetal reaction.
4. Denoting people who are unable to enter into a donor-recipient medical relationship.

in·com·pat·i·ble

(in-'kŏm-pat'i-bĕl)
Not of suitable composition to be combined or mixed with another agent or substance, without resulting in an undesirable reaction (including chemical alteration or pharmacologic effect).
[L. in- neg., + con-, with, + patior, pp. passus, to suffer, tolerate]

incompatible

not suitable for combination, simultaneous administration, or transplantation; mutually repellent.
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