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  • adjective medicine Extremely susceptible; having an elevated susceptibility


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hyper- +‎ susceptible


  • It might follow that even a normal amount of thyroid secretion would lead to excessive stimulation of the hypersusceptible motor mechanism.

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  • The nervous system in Graves 'disease is hypersusceptible to stimuli and to thyroid extract.

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  • If levels were low, it was because the child had excretion difficulties even in response to chelation or was hypersusceptible to the low level of mercury present.

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  • The evidence that some individuals are hypersusceptible to mercury's effects is singularly unconvincing.

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  • ASD results from a hypersusceptibility to mercury in a small group of children, one would expect the symptoms of this group to resemble closely those of mercury poisoning victims, with a lower dose producing similar effects in those genetically hypersusceptible.

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  • Petitioners have not shown either that certain children are genetically hypersusceptible to mercury or that certain children are predisposed to have difficulty excreting mercury.

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  • While differences that reflect the range of naturally-occurring individual variability are known to exist with respect to the responses of individuals to mercury exposure, these differences do not point toward the existence of a hypersusceptible population.

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