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opposing the interests of the patient.

adverse drug reaction (ADR)
an undesirable and unintentional effect caused by a drug administered at the normal therapeutic dose.
adverse food reaction
an abnormal response to ingested food components. It may be immunologic or non-immunologic. See also food.
adverse syndrome
lesions of the rostral thalamus causing head turning, circling or deviation of the eyes toward the side of the lesion.
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Mark Pasula, PhD, is an immunologist and leading authority on blood testing for adverse food reactions.
An adverse food reaction is a generic term that lumps together any kind of negative reaction you get from eating a food, no matter what its cause.
Adverse drug reactions (ADRs), adverse drug interactions (ADIs), and adverse food reactions (AFRs) represent a significant but preventable public health problem.
Among the topics are esophagostomy feeding tubes in dogs and cats, intravenous access for parenteral nutrition in small animals, adverse food reactions, the nutritional management of superficial necrolytic dermatitis in dogs, and nutritional support in exotic animals.