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Accelerated reaction

Accelerated reaction

a response occurring in a shorter time than expected; the cutaneous manifestations occurring during the period between the second and tenth day following smallpox vaccination; because it is intermediate between a primary reaction and an immediate reaction, it is regarded as evidence of some degree of resistance.

Synonym: vaccinoid reaction.

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