Predisponent

Pre`dis`po´nent


a.1.Disposing beforehand; predisposing.
Predisponent causes
(Med.) See Predisposing causes, under Predispose.
- Dunglison.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The first-line treatment for PCT is phlebotomy with removal of 450 mL every two weeks and low-dose hydroxychloroquine along with identifying and minimising predisponent factors present in each patient and skin protection from sunlight until porphyrin levels have normalised [8].
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Anxiety sensitivity is a central aspect of the anxiety expectancy theory and was proposed as a predisponent factor for developing anxiety disorders.