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immunosupression

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  • n. Common misspelling of immunosuppression.

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Examples

  • Corticosteroids for arthritis, asthma, ulcerative colitis, immunosupression in transplant patients: Can worsen high blood pressure, diabetes, bloodsugar problems or ulcers.

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  • Successful transplantation of kidneys to unrelated recipients became a reality in man in 1962, with regimens of immunosupression consisting of azathioprine and prednisone (60).

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  • Personally, I've had no immunosupression or transplant related issues with my kidneys or liver.

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  • I am on immunosupression meds and have been since the transplant.

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  • Publications that aimed to assess the association between AIDS-defining cancers and HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa showed that KS and NHL, known to be directly linked to the severity of immunosupression, were strongly and significantly associated with HIV/AIDS.

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  • History of immunosupression like in AIDS, malignancy, Corticosteroid theraphy, radiation theraphy, antimalignant drugs.

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  • In order to prevent swine flu infection, high risk-groups (including pregnant women, individuals with chronic cardiac or respiratory diseases, diabetes, or immunosupression) should also receive the new vaccine as recommended by national guidelines.

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  • "Our study demonstrates that patients with IBD on immunosupression may also be at risk for NMSC.

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