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n. hipersensibilidad, sensibilidad excesiva al efecto de un antígeno o a un estímulo.
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These findings suggest that the performance during FMT can be considered a biological marker of emotional reactivity to aversive stimuli, besides being a consistent endopheno-type of genetic susceptibility to the development of affective disorders characterized by emotional hypersensibility [19-21] and of traits such as impulsivity, aggression, and violence [22].
These points or patches may in addition be the site of permanent hypersensibility and, before an attack, of spontaneous painful irritation".
These lead to the third and fourth stages, namely, hypersensibility to light and noise, and visual and hearing hallucinations.