denervation hypersensitivity


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denervation hypersensitivity

[‚dē·nər′vā·shən ‚hīp·ər‚sen·sə′tiv·ədē]
(neuroscience)
Extreme sensitivity of an organ that has recovered from the removal or interruption of its nerve supply.
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Denervation hypersensitivity develops over time, although positive phenylephrine tests have been reported as early as 10 days after symptoms were noted.