Related formsan·a·phy·lac·tic [an-uh-fuh-lak-tik] /ˌæn ə fəˈlæk tɪk/, adjectivean·a·phy·lac·ti·cal·ly, adverban·ti·an·a·phy·lac·tic, adjective, nounpseu·do·an·a·phy·lac·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for anaphylaxis
Recent workers with pollens come near the truth in describing hay fever as an anaphylaxis.
What if gout should prove to be a sensitization or anaphylaxis to uric acid that does not exist in the non-gouty?
Viewed in this light the development of immunity to insect bites assumes a place in the larger problem of anaphylaxis.Handbook of Medical Entomology|William Albert Riley
Foreign protein sensitization or anaphylaxis was the basis of Dr. Rutledge's coup.The Sword and the Atopen|Taylor H. Greenfield
The inherited form of hay fever is explained by the well-known transmission of anaphylaxis to the offspring.