In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- First, be aware that teenagers are hypersensitive about their changing body shapes and weight - so the less you focus on this, the better.
- These patients are hypersensitive to perceived criticism, but have the capacity to develop appropriate relationships if they feel safe and accepted.
- Cells expressing pol are hypersensitive to DNA alkylating agents and express neoplastic phenotype in animal model.
- No matter how cool and detached these people seem on the outside, they are hypersensitive, extremely emotional and tender hearted.
- She was hypersensitive to sounds while trying to concentrate.
- The skin is extremely painful and hypersensitive, even to air movement.
- Emulsified diazepam contains soy bean oil and is contraindicated in patients hypersensitive to soy protein.
- Allopurinol is associated with hypersensitive skin reactions, especially when used in conjunction with ampicillin.
- Other studies of chemically hypersensitive individuals have reported a variety of symptoms and reaction dynamics.
- Now that I know I have a hypersensitive hearing condition, I realize I didn't hate CNN or the news but the steadily climbing volume levels.
- Disadvantages of this treatment include them making the skin hypersensitive to sunlight.
- Hashem, however, did not respond, ‘You are just being hypersensitive.’
- If the venom is potent (such as from certain spiders and scorpions) or if you are hypersensitive to the venom, the entire body may react.
- Yet he is trusting, generous and hypersensitive, reacting physically to the more complex social problems of those closest to him.
- The response has an acute character as an immediate hypersensitive reaction to latex exposure.
- It should not be used in persons with an infection at the injection site or in persons known to be hypersensitive to any ingredient in the drug.
- If a health-care worker becomes latex hypersensitive, he or she may be qualified to receive workmen's compensation, depending upon the state in which he or she resides.
- Then there are those who are on the hypersensitive end of the spectrum.
- Dizac is contraindicated in patients hypersensitive to soy protein or eggs.
- Unlike the hypersensitive necrotic reaction, this stem-tip necrosis can be a serious threat to soybean production.
- It is preferred for use if the patient already has established atherosclerosis or if they are hypersensitive to aspirin.
- Some people have hypersensitive skin and are allergic to various pollen, fragrant smells and sunlight.
- For Xantippe could in fact be railing against Levy's own characterization of the hypersensitive person.
- But right from the start, Cooper's hypersensitive temperament and extreme high-handedness took their toll.
- These areas can also be hypersensitive or painful.
- I didn't mean to annoy anyone, but it occurs to me that, since I don't have advertising on this site, it doesn't really matter how many hypersensitive Americans I offend.
- Adolescents who are depressed may be hypersensitive and overreact to minor problems or embarrassments.
- The key to training these children is in understanding that they are hypersensitive and easily hurt.
- The child is also irritable, hypersensitive, and difficult to get along with.
- The necessity of avoiding irritating substances can force hypersensitive subjects to make numerous lifestyle changes.
- This is a type of hypersensitive reaction triggered by exposure to an antigen (a substance which the body recognises as alien).
- This rejection sensitivity inevitably becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy as the individual becomes hypersensitive to any deviation of affection.
- Selecting the appropriate treatment for patients with acute bacterial meningitis who are hypersensitive to lactams is difficult.
- Some say this is just his way, pointing out that he has always been unpredictable, hypersensitive about criticism.
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