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photosensitizing

Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of photosensitize.
  • adj. That causes photosensitization

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Examples

  • During treatment, a medication, called a photosensitizing agent, is applied to your skin to enhance the effects of light therapy.

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  • If the patient is taking any kind of photosensitizing medicine.

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  • If you're using "photosensitizing topical or oral medications, such as antibiotics or retinoid products it is even more important to practice this basic step," she says.

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  • When a photosensitizing agent was added, the combination proved lethal.

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  • Facial pigmentation or skin discoloration may result from a wide variety of causes, including excess exposure to the sun, pregnancy, genetic predisposition or photosensitizing medications.

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  • The light therapy is used along with a photosensitizing agent to treat acne.

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  • In recent years, the concept of employing a photosensitizing compound to enhance the effects of some light-based therapies has been espoused. "

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  • In those cases a prescription solution of a photosensitizing agent called Levulan (5-aminolevulinic ac ...

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