hypersensitive

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highly or abnormally sensitive to a stimulus, especially to some allergen
{s} excessively sensitive, over-sensitive; allergic to a substance which does not usually have a negative affect on the body (i.e. medication)
If you say that someone is hypersensitive, you mean that they get annoyed or offended very easily. Student teachers were hypersensitive to any criticism of their performance. = touchy
Someone who is hypersensitive is extremely sensitive to certain drugs or chemicals
having an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor); "allergic children"; "hypersensitive to pollen"
hypersensitivity
any heightened immune response to an antigen; an allergy
hypersensitiveness
the state of being hypersensitive
hypersensitiveness
{i} excessive sensitivity; abnormal sensitivity to a substance which does not usually have a negative affect on the body (i.e. medication)
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Some individuals with ADHD report a heightened sensory awareness This is being highly sensitive to touch, smell and other sensory stimulus Can also be called Tactile Defensiveness
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Form of allergy generally mediated by antibodies
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or Hyposensitivity - The overly responsivity or under-responsivity to sensory information or input through the mouth (tactile), nose (olfactory), eyes (visual), skin (tactile), balance (vestibular), movement (proprioception) Hypersensitivity results in tendency to be fearful and cautious or negative and defiant Hyposensitivity results in a tendency to crave intense sensations or to withdraw and be difficult to engage
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Great or excessive sensitivity
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- Overly sensitive to stimulation
hypersensitivity
Another word for allergy
hypersensitivity
an allergy; an exaggerated or inappropriate immune response categorized based on which part of the immune system that is involved and the onset of response (i e Types I, II, III, IV)
hypersensitivity
abnormal sensitivity; an exaggerated immune response to an antigen, drug, etc
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An exaggerated immune response to a foreign agent Some hypersensitivity reactions can be fatal
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Altered reactivity to an antigen, which can result in pathologic reactions upon subsequent exposure to that particular antigen
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Typically refers to tooth pain that is caused very easily and with a stimulus that normally would elicit no feeling
hypersensitivity
Being overreactive or oversensitive to sensory (or emotional) stimuli This is a very common feature of autistic spectrum condition and Sensory Integration Dysfunction (SID) See also: hyposensitivity
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An exaggerated response by the immune system to a drug or other substance
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pathological sensitivity
hypersensitivity
A greater than normal bodily response to a foreign agent
hypersensitivity
{i} excessive sensitivity; abnormal sensitivity to a substance which does not usually have a negative affect on the body (i.e. medication)
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extreme sensitivity pathological sensitivity
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Abnormally or excessively sensitive reaction to a stimulus Increased response that may be inappropriate to the level of stimulus
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in many European texts called also "allergy" - immune-mediated tissue-damaging reaction In clinical language - any adverse immune reaction, which is too intensive or qualitatively unusual, because it brings pathological sequels The clinical usage of this term is not precise and somewhat misleading
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An excessive immune response that results from previous exposure to an antigen Immediate responses are antibody-mediated and occur in minutes; delayed responses are mediated by T-cells and occur about 24 hrs later
hypersensitivity
extreme sensitivity
hypersensitive

    Silbentrennung

    hy·per·sen·si·tive

    Türkische aussprache

    haypırsensîtîv

    Aussprache

    /ˌhīpərˈsensətəv/ /ˌhaɪpɜrˈsɛnsɪtɪv/

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