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Synonyms for immunologic

of or relating to immunology

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Based in Duiven, The Netherlands and Olen, Belgium, Klinipath and its affiliates are independent providers of equipment, consumables and reagents representing a number of leading suppliers for the histology, pathology, cytology, immunology and clinical chemistry industries in addition to a comprehensive private label product portfolio of equipment, reagents and plastic disposables marketed under the Klinipath and Immunologic brands.
I have detailed the long-term clinical and immunologic sequelae of the post-vasectomy state in scores of patients (most in their 30's and 40's) who developed otherwise unexplained serious disorders.
We describe the immunologic changes that may affect the course of infectious diseases in pregnant women, briefly summarize what is known about infectious diseases during pregnancy, and then focus on the particular challenges of dealing with emerging infectious diseases in pregnant women.
The data support routine screening for thyroid disease in immunologic thrombocytopenia.
After induction with ABC/3TC/ZDV + EFV, simplification to ABC/3TC/ZDV alone maintained virologic control and immunologic response, reduced fasting lipids and ART-associated adverse events, and improved adherence" (quoted from abstract).
Immunologic effects of dioxin: new results from Seveso and comparison with other studies.
While not as common it is possible that even a single heavy exposure to mold could lead to Organic Dust Toxic Syndrome, Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis, or other immunologic effects.
Still other researchers have simply documented the effects of treatment interruption on virologic and immunologic control from case studies whereby patients discontinued treatment temporarily for various reasons (eg, side effects, other health concerns, cost of drug, or poor compliance).
To be eligible for the shots, residents must be 60 or older; under a doctor's regular care for long-term health or lung problems; have been admitted to a hospital within the past year for treatment of kidney disease, cystic fibrosis, anemia or severe asthma; or have cancer or an immunologic disorder which lowers the body's normal resistance to infections.
The first demonstration of immune system changes in laboratory studies of MS took place in 1935, but it was not until after World War II that an immunologic cause of MS was seriously investigated.
The proposed immunologic mechanism for the development of human diabetes after infant exposure to nonpharmacological amounts of bovine insulin could be extended to bovine growth hormone.
Coverage of the most recent areas of advancement: pathophysiology, mechanisms and cellular aspects, epidemiologic, genetic, and immunologic aspects of atopic dermatitis
Among the topics are the breakdown in peripheral tolerance in type 1 diabetes (T1D) in mice and humans, humoral autoimmunity immunologic and metabolic biomarkers of beta-cell destruction in the diagnosis of T1D, the hygiene hypothesis to explain the increasing frequency of insulin-dependent diabetes, advancing animal models of human T1D by grafting functional human tissues in immunodeficient mice, and clinical immunologic interventions.
The term "food allergy" refers to adverse immunologic reactions to food.
In this book, contributors discuss the role of immunologic adjuvants in disease, their clinical use, and their potential future applications.