symptomatic reaction

symp·to·mat·ic re·ac·tion

an allergic response similar to the original one, but occurring after the use of a test or therapeutic dose of an allergen or atopen.

symp·to·mat·ic re·ac·tion

(simp'tŏ-mat'ik rē-ak'shŭn)
An allergic response similar to the original one, but occurring after the use of a test or therapeutic dose of an allergen or atopen.
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In other words, the symptomatic reaction of Einar in front of the Real-impossible of sexual difference is the pousse-a-la-femme (8), a feminization that attempts to synthesize the feminine position under a whole signifier: "The pousse-a-la-femme results from the subject's delusional interpretation of the jouissance that invades him/her, and is not localized by the phallic signifier: in other words, it is foreclosed.
Despite this important narrative absence, which deprives of interpreting his symptomatic reaction in front of the Real-impossible of sexual difference by means of his infantile memoirs, I would like to go back to the scene where Gerda's nightdress becomes a fetish for Einar.
We report a case in which ARE was used in a prophylactic fashion to prevent a symptomatic reaction (eg, fever, hypotension, and chest pain) and progression to major morbidity (eg, renal failure, disseminated intravascular coagulation, and shock).
For this reason, and because our goal was also to prevent a symptomatic reaction and major morbidity, we consider the ARE to still have been prophylactic.
Symptomatic reactions to chemicals tend to persist, although some individuals (such as the patient in this case) learn to cope with such symptoms and achieve relatively normal levels of function, remaining employed.