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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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Sparfloxacin-induced photosensitivity and the occurrence of a lichenoid tissue reaction after prolonged exposure.
Antigen-bearing keratinocytes in the basal/parabasal cell layers of the epithelium are thought to be the target of the immune reaction in lichenoid tissue reaction interface dermatitis-stomatitis but the nature of the target molecule is not known.
The tissue reaction in the case was similar to the finding of polyethylene wear debris associated with osteolysis [8].
Histopathologic evaluation of skin affected by GVHD shows a lichenoid tissue reaction, but this is not pathognomonic.
typically generate a suppurative tissue reaction, whereas Histoplasma spp.
In depth evaluation of the factors operating in hemiplegic patient's modifying tissue reaction patterns may elaborate the pathogenesis of bullous pemphigoid.
The biological response to the implants receives some attention as well, particularly local tissue reaction to corrosion products, metallic ionic complexes, and metal debris.
Reapproximation of the peritoneal edges with suture material is suspected to result in tissue ischemia, necrosis, foreign body tissue reaction, suppression of fibrinolysis and thus increased risk in adhesion formation.
Mucositis is basically a tissue reaction to the trauma of radiation or chemotherapy.
In contrast to other alloplastic materials, Silastic does not induce adverse tissue reaction. We used wire fixation to enhance the stability of the graft in the present case.
silicone-based pessaries), concomitant vaginal atrophy, and inherent local tissue reaction in response to chronic vaginal irritation.
(9) Though tissue diagnosis does require invasive biopsy, major advantages of histology include diagnostic speed, low-cost, and its ability to demonstrate adjacent tissue reaction, such as necrosis, to the fungal elements.