hyporeactive


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hyporeactive

[¦hī·pō·rē′ak·tiv]
(medicine)
Characterized by decreased responsiveness to stimuli.
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Increased cardiac output in cirrhosis was described more than 50 years ago and a hyperdynamic, hyporeactive circulation is today a well-characterised element in the clinical appearance of these patients.
hyporeactive, low sensory registration) and who are slow to respond or have a muted response to sensory experiences of typical intensity; and (c) individuals who are sensory cravers (e.
51] In addition, a higher frequency of the Panx1-400C allele was found in cardiovascular patients with hyperreactive platelets compared to those with hyporeactive platelets.
Indeed, Tregs isolated from neutrophil cytosolic factor 1 (Ncf1) deficiency mice with a lower level of ROS were hyporeactive compared to those from wild type mice [50].
The test found that hyporeactivity was present in up to 97 per cent of depressed patients who later committed suicide, compared to just 2 per cent of the depressed patients who were not hyporeactive.
Specifically, patients with a hyporeactive hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis are at increased risk for a poor outcome after disc surgery (50).