Idiosyncrasy

 Idiosyncratic drug reaction denotes an aberrant or bizarre reaction or hypersensitivity to a substance, without connection to the pharmacology of the drug. It is what is known as a Type B reaction. They are usually unpredictable, might not be picked up by toxicological screening, not necessarily dose-related, incidence and morbidity low but mortality is high. Type B reactions are most commonly immunological (e.g. penicillin allergy).

Related Journals: Journal of Allergy & TherapyJournal of Allergy and Inflammation,Journal of Infectious Diseases & Preventive MedicineJournal of ImmunobiologyJournal of Vasculitis, American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology,Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

 
 

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