Allergic-response sentence example

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  • Eosinophils may be attracted to areas of antibody activity and eosinophilic myositis may be an allergic response.
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  • Lack of redness or swelling on a skin test indicates no allergic response.
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  • Presence of redness or swelling, especially over 5 mm (0.25 inch) in diameter, indicates an allergic response.
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  • Allergen-A foreign substance that provokes an immune reaction or allergic response in some sensitive people but not in most others.
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  • It displays a type of antibody called immunoglobulin type E (IgE) on its cell surface and participates in the allergic response by releasing histamine from intracellular granules.
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  • The doctor selects the treatment based on the patient's particular patterns of allergic response.
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  • In many cases the disease is common, and in some cases an allergic response is causing the fever.
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  • When children have food sensitivities, bed-wetting may be helped by discovering the substances that trigger the allergic response and eliminating these substances from the child's diet.
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  • Antihistamines work by blocking the effects of histamine, a chemical released by mast cells during an allergic response to an allergen.
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  • Antihistamines attach to the areas on cells that histamines attach to, thereby blocking the allergic response.
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  • Insect stings and the intravenous injection of certain drugs are the most common causes of anaphylaxis, the most severe and frightening allergic response.
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  • Serum sickness also can be an allergic response to animal proteins present in an injected drug.
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  • Occasionally an allergic response to a drug will cause a skin reaction resembling sunburn in the absence of sun exposure.
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  • This type of allergic response may develop over several days following contact with the allergen, and symptoms may persist for a week or more.
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  • Dermatitis may arise from an allergic response (such as from poison ivy) or exposure to an irritant causing nonimmune damage to skin cells (such as soap, cold, and chemical agents).
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  • This allergic response is known as extreme local swelling.
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