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Reaction

A decline in prices following an advance. Opposite of rally.

Reaction

A decrease in price following an increase in price. A reaction connotes a slow decline; it is the opposite of a recovery.

reaction

A decline in security prices following a period of rising security prices.
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The placement of mesh in the umbilical hernia defect and the subsequent inflammatory foreign body reaction may have stimulated multipotential cells in the umbilicus to undergo metaplasia into endometrial cells.
Persistent foreign body reaction is associated with increased pain and patient discomfort," said Brent D.
The technology addresses key limitations faced by the medical device industry including foreign body reactions, component stability, and long-term electrical performance in vivo.
The suspicion is that the chronic inflammatory bacterial infections and foreign body reactions that figure so prominently in hidradenitis suppurativa can trigger epidermal proliferative changes, including malignancy The higher skin cancer risk in women than men with hidradenitis suppurativa could be related to hormonal influences, or to the fact that women tend to get the inflammatory skin disease at an earlier age than men and hence have lengthier exposure to the disease's effects.
The most common adverse reactions are hypersensitivity reactions, foreign body reactions, and exacerbation of pelvic inflammatory disease, although infrequent.
The lightweight character and the large-pore size reduce material surface thereby minimizing foreign body reactions.
Some patients have foreign body reactions (inflammatory responses) common to traditional bioabsorbable and biocomposite screw materials.
Because the Micropouch(SM) outlet is not constricted with bands or rings, as in other types of gastric bypass surgeries, we can avoid complications caused by foreign body reactions.