withdrawal syndrome

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with·draw·al syn·drome

n. síndrome de privación de una droga adictiva como resultado de la supresión de la misma.
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The illness, called neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS), is a drug withdrawal syndrome that most commonly occurs after in utero exposure to opioids.
Addiction, tolerance, and a distinct withdrawal syndrome have been documented, and there is also a small but definite risk of psychotic disorder.
Summary: If the extraordinary love bombing enjoyed by Salma Hayek during her visit to Lebanon isn't proof enough that the country's suffering from visitor withdrawal syndrome, then I don't know what is.
15) The very first case report of BPN withdrawal syndrome in a newborn was described in 1997.
When someone stops from smoking he/she might suffer from a physical and emotional withdrawal syndrome.
It was clear to me that the champagne of drugs, "non-addicting" cocaine, was actually highly addictive, despite having a mild to variable withdrawal syndrome compared to alcohol or opiates.
The FDA also added a boxed warning on extended- release/long-acting opioid analgesics to warn expectant mothers of neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome (NOWS), which might be life threatening.
Joseph Glenmullen explains SSRI Withdrawal Syndrome and offers a method for safely withdrawing from SSRIs.
Use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors during pregnancy has been associated with congenital anomalies, neonatal withdrawal syndrome, and persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn.
Other reports include liver injury, severe bleeding, sudden worsening of glucose control, weight gain, swelling, leg cramps and withdrawal syndrome, and adrenal suppression.
He reported that the craving lasted longer than the remaining withdrawal syndrome (Figures 1A and 1D) and was much more intense than these symptoms, leading to relapses and lapses, such as those shown at work in Figure 1B (200 mg propofol each).
In the research published April 30 in the Journal of the American Medical Association, U-M physicians found that diagnosis of neonatal abstinence syndrome, a drug withdrawal syndrome among newborns, almost tripled between 2000 and 2009.