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an·a·phy·lax·is

 (ăn′ə-fə-lăk′sĭs)
n.
A sudden, usually systemic allergic reaction, characterized by vasodilation resulting in decreased blood pressure, smooth muscle contraction resulting in shortness of breath, and hives, caused by hypersensitivity induced by a secondary exposure to a foreign substance, such as a drug or protein, after an initial sensitizing exposure.


an′a·phy·lac′tic (-lăk′tĭk), an′a·phy·lac′toid (-toid) adj.
an′a·phy·lac′ti·cal·ly adv.
Translations

anaphylactoid

adj anafilactoide
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In one of these case reports, the patient had the complete spectrum of anaphylaxis but did not have a history of allergies or previous exposure of indigo carmine, and the authors suggested that indigo carmine directly may have triggered histamine release, consistent with an anaphylactoid reaction associated with severe hypotension, bronchospasm, and urticaria [6].
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