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an·er·gic

(an-er'jik),
Relating to, or marked by, anergy.

anergic

adjective Inactive; lacking energy; pertaining to anergy.

an·er·gic

(an-ĕr'jik)
Relating to, or marked by, anergy.

anergy

(an′ĕr-jē)
Impairment in cell-mediated immune responsiveness to stimulation by an antigen.
anergic (ă-nĕr′jik, an′ĕr), adjective
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18) evaluated TST results from 69 IBD patients and demonstrated that 83% (48/69) of the patients treated with corticosteroids and/or other immunosuppressive therapy (excluding infliximab) were anergic compared with 43% (21/69) of untreated patients (p < 0.
However, the latter cells are thought to be anergic which might play a role in the persistence and progression of HPV induced lesions (39).
Depressed patients may be anergic and withdrawn, and don't call much attention to themselves," she continued.
Reducing, rather than increasing, the SSRI should be considered in this situation since anergic, amotivational symptoms may be related to dopaminergic downregulation in the frontal lobe, Dr.
And 11%-13% are anergic, due to malnutrition or chronic illness.
In the absence of this secondary signal, the T-cell will actually become anergic.
The patient was anergic to purified protein derivative.
Persons who do not react to either of the two allergens or the PPD are deemed to be anergic.
There's] also the potential for those cells to become what we call anergic.
A number of laboratory tests, such as total protein, albumin, transferrin, pre-albumin, immune status - anergic vs energic, and muscle strength-hand grip are used to provide data about nutritional status (Rivadeneira et al.
On entry to the 500-person prison HIV housing unit in May 1995, the index case-patient was asymptomatic and anergic with a negative TST, and had a CD4 count of 6 cells/[micro]L, and a 1-cm calcified nodule on chest radiograph.