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immune

Med protected against a specific disease by inoculation or as the result of innate or acquired resistance

immune

[i′myün]
(immunology)
Safe from attack; protected against a disease by an innate or an acquired immunity.
Pertaining to or conferring immunity.
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IgE-dependent and immune complex reactions and vesiculobullous diseases are immunopathogenic reactions usually developing when the medication has been used for some time and resolves when it is withdrawn or may be triggered rather than being induced by medication, in which case the disease runs a persistent clinical course despite the withdrawal of the offending drug.
Glucocorticoids are used in immune complex reactions, hematological reactions, early phases of SJS and erythema multiforme major and in contact dermatitis (5).
Type III: Immune complex reactions. Normally, immune complexes are cleared from the body through phagocytosis.

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