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hyposensitization

Definitions

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  • noun medicine A form of immunotherapy in which the patient is vaccinated with progressively larger doses of an allergen to which they have been diagnosed as being sensitive.

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Examples

  • Netherlands, published two studies in the Journal of Sexual Medicine which suggest that men with POIS have an allergy to their own semen, and that a treatment known as hyposensitization therapy can help reduce its impact.

    Reuters: Top News

  • In a second study in the same journal, Waldinger used what is known as hyposensitization therapy on two of the men, injecting them first with very dilute solutions of their own semen, then over a period of months with more concentrated forms.

    The Seattle Times

  • The second study, conducted on just two patients, was an opportunity for Waldinger to try a standard allergy treatment called hyposensitization therapy.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • In a second study in the same journal, Waldinger used what is known as hyposensitization therapy on two of the men, injecting them first with very dilute solutions of their own semen, then over a period of months with more concentrated forms.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • This is called "hyposensitization" using small amounts to reduce sensitivity.

    Dr. Richard Palmquist: Does Your Pet Have Allergies?

  • This is called "hyposensitization" using small amounts to reduce sensitivity.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • If this is confirmed by further studies, then clinical investigation of marijuana hyposensitization (immunotherapy) may be warranted.

    50% of Population Allergic to Marijuana Pollen | Impact Lab

  • Commercial diets, hyposensitization injections, antihistamines, shampoos or sprays, and steroids do help some pets but may offer only temporary relief While corticosteroids seem miraculous in the short term, they often only irritate the immune system over time, driving the body deeper into pathology.

    The Last Chance Dog

  • NAET, acupuncture, herbs, and constitutional homeopathy have helped thousands of itchy pets when conventional skin testing, hyposensitization, and corticosteroid therapy have failed.

    The Last Chance Dog

  • Commercial diets, hyposensitization injections, antihistamines, shampoos or sprays, and steroids do help some pets but may offer only temporary relief While corticosteroids seem miraculous in the short term, they often only irritate the immune system over time, driving the body deeper into pathology.

    The Last Chance Dog

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