hyporeactive


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hyporeactive

 [hi″po-re-ak´tiv]
showing less than normal response to stimuli.

hyporeactive

(hī″pō-rē-ăk′tĭv)
A decreased response to stimuli.

hyporeactive

showing less than normal response to stimuli.
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But when the tone is heard again, the reaction decreases amongst some people: the hyporeactive.
In contrast, women with PPD experience a more blunted ACTH response to CRH, which may reflect a hyporeactive HPA axis.
Hyporeactive (Figure 2): Less well-formed granulomas with areas of necrosis were surrounded by epithelioid histiocytes, although in many cases, histiocytes did not completely encircle the granuloma.
In 2 of the 3 patients with parenchymal infection, hyporeactive inflammatory foci were seen, whereas the patient who had been treated showed well-circumscribed nodules of spindled histiocytes with occasional AFB.
The hyporeactive inflammatory pattern was the most common pattern seen in organs other than the brain, present in 85 of 131 organs examined histologically.
Such signs of poor attachment as lack of infant eye contact with the caregiver or hyper- or hyporeactive affect may require counseling or referral, Dr.
The study indicated that many patients with anxiety disorders have orally reported very intense physiological symptoms in surveys and questionnaires, they are hyporeactive when real measures of such symptoms are taken through physiological tests.