anaphylaxis

[an-uh-fuh-lak-sis]

Origin of anaphylaxis

First recorded in 1905–10; ana- + (pro)phylaxis
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
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British Dictionary definitions for anti-anaphylactic

anaphylaxis

noun
  1. extreme sensitivity to an injected antigen, esp a protein, following a previous injection
Derived Formsanaphylactic or anaphylactoid, adjectiveanaphylactically, adverb

Word Origin for anaphylaxis

C20: from ana- + (pro) phylaxis
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Word Origin and History for anti-anaphylactic

anaphylaxis

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anti-anaphylactic in Medicine

anaphylaxis

[ăn′ə-fə-lăksĭs]
n. pl. an•a•phy•lax•es (-lăksēz)
  1. Hypersensitivity induced by preliminary exposure to a substance and usually producing a contraction of smooth muscle and a dilation of blood vessels.
  2. anaphylactic shock
Related formsan′a•phy•lactic (-lăktĭk) adj.
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anti-anaphylactic in Science

anaphylaxis

[ăn′ə-fə-lăksĭs]
  1. See anaphylactic shock.
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