hypersensitive


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hypersensitive

abnormally sensitive to an allergen, a drug, or other agent
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'Jazz is committed to the ALL patient community, and we are pleased to advance this development program with the goal of bringing a new treatment option to ALL and LBL patients who are hypersensitive to E.
It isn't hypersensitive to draw a line in the sand after decades of embarrassment and humiliation.
Serum TSH levels of study subjects were measured using Fast and HYPERsensitive hTSH methods based on a paramagnetic particle chemiluminescent immunoassay.
The highest number of polling stations (303) has been set up in Yamunanagar district, the maximum number of hypersensitive polling stations (71) in Rohtak and the maximum number of sensitive polling stations (71) in district Panipat, he added.
If the patient developed hypersensitive reaction, the injection was withheld.
There's welcome mayhem in the gripping science fiction-horror flick 'A Quiet Place,' which tells the story of survivors who live in silence, for fear of discovery by violent monsters with hypersensitive hearing.
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Students who are hypersensitive to textures can participate in tactile play using tweezers to hold and move objects.
Because you're seeing high levels with such a low dose, it's possible you're hypersensitive to vitamin D--or you have a condition that's causing you to be hypersensitive (granulomatous disease, sarcoidosis, tuberculosis, and lymphoma).
We still find DDT in the blood of some patients who are hypersensitive and live in older homes.
Many scientists believe that modern society, with its mania for sanitation and easy access to antibiotics, makes children hypersensitive to harmless allergens.
Nobody yet has demonstrated that you can make a permanent change in somebody [who] is hypersensitive, even to a bee sting," Dr.