hypersensibility


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hypersensibility

(hi?per-sen?si-bil'i-te) [? + L. sensibilitas, sensibility] Hypersensitivity.
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These points or patches may in addition be the site of permanent hypersensibility and, before an attack, of spontaneous painful irritation".
Pharmacological research has shown that HXZQ can regulate gastrointestinal motility in a two-way manner, alleviates visceral hypersensibility, and has the effect of anti-inflammation and immune regulation [15-18].
Matic, "Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical axis hypersensibility and glucocorticoid receptor expression and function in women with polycystic vary syndrome," Experimental and Clinical Endocrinology & Diabetes, vol.
These lead to the third and fourth stages, namely, hypersensibility to light and noise, and visual and hearing hallucinations.
Nematode induced hypersensibility reactions in guinea pig: onset of eosinophilia and positive Schultz-Dale reactions following graded infection with Toxocara canis.
Case report; Dapsone hypersensibility syndrome associatedwith treatment of the bite of a brown recluse spider.
The fact that this identity rejects all hybridity and promotes only a strict racial purity seems to betray a kind of denial of the colonial situation, and at one point Gallagher suggests that her subject's hypersensibility borders on neurosis.
The velada serves up a diverse menu of oratory, from Manso's cold rationalism to Sainz del Bardal's flowery hypersensibility, from Pez's pleonastic excesses to Pena's charismatic vacuousness.