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Systemic anaphylaxis

systemic anaphylaxis --> generalised anaphylaxis

The immediate response, involving smooth muscles and capillaries throughout the body of a sensitised individual, that follows intravenous (and occasionally intracutaneous) injection of antigen (allergen).

See: anaphylactic shock.

Synonym: systemic anaphylaxis.


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