allergy

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allerji

Süte karşı allerjim var. - I have an allergy to milk.

sevmeme
gıcık
nefret
hoşlanmama
alerji

Onun bir ilaç alerjisi var. - He has a drug allergy.

Tom'un polen alerjisi var. - Tom has a pollen allergy.

alerjik
{i} aşırı duyarlılık
allergen alerji meydana getiren madde
aller belirli bir şeye karşı aşın derecede hassas
{i} antipati
(Tıp) Hastalıklardan veya yabancı maddelerle tedaviden sonra meydana gelen vücudun reaksiyon yeteneğindeki değişiklik, anormal hassasiyet hali
allergy-free
alerjisiz
allergy-free
alerji yaşamayan
allergy-free
alerjisi olmayan
drug allergy
(Tıp) ilaç alerjisi
bronchial allergy
bronşiyal allerji
cerebral allergy
serebral allerji
drug allergy
ilaç allerjisi
food allergy
gıda allerjisi
an allergy
bir alerji
bronchial allergy
bronsiyal allerji
immediate allergy
hemen alerji
anti allergy
anti alerji
anti allergy pills
anti alerji haplar
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Altered susceptibility to a first treatment as exhibited in reaction to a subsequent one
Any condition of hypersensitivity to a substance
A disorder of the immune system causing adverse reactions to substances (allergens) not harmful to most and marked by the body's production of histamines and associated with atopy, anaphylaxis, and asthma
An antipathy, as toward a person or activity

He is allergic to reality TV.

{i} excessive sensitivity to certain substances (i.e. animal hair or pollen) which often causes the development of respiratory problems or other symptoms
If you have a particular allergy, you become ill or get a rash when you eat, smell, or touch something that does not normally make people ill. Food allergies can result in an enormous variety of different symptoms. allergies a medical condition in which you become ill or in which your skin becomes red and painful because you have eaten or touched a particular substance allergy to. Exaggerated reaction by the body to foreign substances that are harmless to most people. Those substances, called allergens or antigens, may include pollens, drugs, dusts, foods, and other items. Immediate allergic reactions result from genetic predisposition or sensitization by previous exposure. Blood vessels dilate and bronchial air passages constrict. A severe reaction (anaphylaxis) can obstruct breathing and may be fatal. Delayed allergic responses (e.g., contact dermatitis) appear 12 hours or more after exposure. Avoiding allergens and taking antihistamines can prevent or treat allergies. When avoidance is not feasible and antihistamines do not relieve symptoms, desensitization can be attempted
unusual sensitivity to the action of food, pollens, insect bites etc You should find out about any allergies your pupils may have to foods or materials before using them in the classroom You should get parental approval for activities that involve tasting
A condition of hypersensitivity to a substance (an allergen) considered harmless to most people. Exposure (consumption, inhalation, physical contact, etc) to such substances causes the body to undergo a reaction, often resulting in symptoms such as difficulty breathing and/or swellings/rashes of the skin
When the body has a bad reaction to a usually harmless substance (an allergen) This is caused by an antibody (see below) and is an allergy Allergy symptoms include hives, watery eyes, runny nose, and in some cases, asthma
An exaggerated response to a substance or condition produced by the release of histamine or histamine-like substances in affected cells
The body's exaggerated reaction to a foreign substance that is harmless to most people For a reaction to be considered an allergic reaction, it must involve the immune system The foreign substance may be eaten, inhaled or injected
an acquired, abnormal immune response to a substance that can cause a broad range of inflammatory reactions
1 negative reaction to something 2 something foreign that is affecting our beliefs, 3 reaction to stress, physical problems, or people in general
A broad term applied to disease symptoms following exposure to a previously encountered substance (allergen), often one which would otherwise be classified as harmless; essentially a malfunction of the immune system See sensitisation
A state of immunologically mediated hypersensitivity to a foreign material that is inhaled, ingested, or touched
An inappropriate and harmful response of the immune system to normally harmless substances
A condition in which the body has an exaggerated (immune) response to a substance, like a vaccine Also known as hypersensitivity
hypersensitivity to substances which are foreign to the body Such substances can include pollens, foods, dust, microorganisms and so forth
Hypersensitivity to a particular substance (chemical, cosmetic, dust, drug, feather, food, pollen) that causes characteristic symptoms when encountered, ingested, or inhaled
An inappropriate response by the immune system to a normally harmless substance It can affect any type of body tissue
exaggerated reaction (sneezing, runny nose, itching, skin rash, difficulty in breathing) to substances that do not affect other individuals
Adverse overreaction, of the body's self-defence system caused by the production of antibodies against specific substances Asthma and hayfever and intolerance to milk or egg are familiar examples of allergies
An inappropriate and harmful response of the immune system to normally harmless substances (Read about "Allergies")
abnormal reaction to a stimulus called an allergen Allergy refers to the abnormal response of the airways to inhaled stimuli, such as pollen, or to consumed items, such as foods, that may cause unusual airway reactions and lead to bronchospasm
unfavorable systemic response to a foreign substance or drug
a damaging immune system response to a substance to which a person has become hypersensitive
Allergies are inappropriate or exaggerated reactions of the immune system to substances that, in the majority of people, cause no symptoms Symptoms of the allergic diseases may be caused by exposure of the skin to a chemical, of the respiratory system to particles of dust or pollen (or other substances), or of the stomach and intestines to a particular food
(al-er-jee) - is your body's reaction to animals, flowers, plants, food, insects, and other things Some people are affected by them, others are not Same as Allergic Reaction
an exaggerated or inappropriate immune response initiated by exposures to antigens such as mold spores, pollen, or certain drugs and foods
hypersensitivity reaction to a particular allergen; symptoms can vary greatly in intensity
A food allergy is any adverse reaction to an otherwise harmless food or food component (a protein) that involves the body's immune system To avoid confusion with other types of adverse reactions to foods, it is important to use the terms "food allergy" or "food hypersensitivity" only when the immune system is involved in causing the reaction
Sarne as hypersensitivity (see also "Sensitivity", Understanding Toxic Substances) An allergy is a reaction to a substance that occurs through a change in the immune system caused by the production of antibodies, and is usually experienced by only a small number of people exposed to a substance Allergic reactions in the workplace tend to affect the skin (see Dermatitis) and lung (see Asthma)
allergy diet
a diet designed to avoid the foods that you are allergic to
allergies
plural of allergy
delayed allergy
an allergic reaction that becomes apparent only hours after contact
food allergy
{i} allergic reaction to food or a food ingredient
food allergy
allergic reaction to a substance ingested in food
immediate allergy
an allergic reaction that becomes apparent in a sensitized person only minutes after contact
milk allergy
sensitivity to dairy products
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(Tıp) Vücudun belirli yiyeceklere,hayvanlara,bitkilere veya diğer maddelere tahammül göstermemesi,tolere etmemesi durumu
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