parallergy

parallergy

 [par-al´er-je]
a condition in which an allergic state, produced by specific sensitization, predisposes the body to react to other allergens with clinical manifestations that differ from the original reaction. adj., adj paraller´gic.
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parallergy

(păr-ăl′ĕr-jē)
The condition of being allergic to nonspecific stimuli after having been sensitized with a specific allergen.
parallergic (păr″ă-lĕr′jĭk), adjective
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