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*  Pimecrolimus
... and systemic immunosuppression after short-term or intermittent long-term topical application seems an unlikely mechanism. ... recent review of evidence concluded that postmarketing surveillance shows no evidence for this systemic immunosuppression or ...
*  Tacrolimus
Although short-term immunosuppression concerning patient and graft survival is found to be similar between the two drugs, ... Immunosuppression with tacrolimus was associated with a significantly lower rate of acute rejection compared with ciclosporin- ... Contraindications and precautions include: Breast-feeding Hepatic disease Immunosuppression Infants Infection Neoplastic ... based immunosuppression (30.7% vs 46.4%) in one study. Clinical outcome is better with tacrolimus than with ciclosporin during ...
*  Immune tolerance
... also does not usually refer to artificially induced immunosuppression by corticosteroids, lymphotoxic ...
*  Short course immune induction therapy
Due to the activation, depletion, and immunosuppression following the administration of T-cell depleting therapies, there is a ... As an alternative strategy to immunosuppression and antigen-specific tolerance inducing therapies, the primary goal of SCIIT is ...
*  Immunosuppression
... is a reduction of the activation or efficacy of the immune system. Some portions of the immune system itself ... A person who is undergoing immunosuppression, or whose immune system is weak for some other reasons (chemotherapy or HIV), is ... Non-deliberate immunosuppression can occur in, for example, ataxia-telangiectasia, complement deficiencies, many types of ... "Immunosuppression". National Cancer Institute. Retrieved 2017-07-13. Chandrashekara, S. (2012). "The treatment strategies of ...
*  Immunosuppressive drug
Immunosuppression. By Randy P Prescilla, MD; accessed on Emedicine.com on 21 August 2005 National Kidney Foundation: A to Z ... Immunosuppression BK virus Behcet's Disease Discovery and development of mTOR inhibitors N A Gillett; C Chan (2000). " ... Prolonged use of opioids may cause immunosuppression of both innate and adaptive immunity. Decrease in proliferation as well as ... Muromonab-CD3 can cause excessive immunosuppression. Although CD3 antibodies act more specifically than polyclonal antibodies, ...
*  Corneal ulcers in animals
Immunosuppression? Cushing's Steroid therapy. Compliance? Is what you've prescribed getting onto the eye! None of the above? ...
*  Natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery
... less immunosuppression; better postoperative pulmonary and diaphragmantic function; and the potential for "scarless" abdominal ...
*  Psychoneuroimmunology
Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression. Psychosomatic Medicine, Vol 37, Issue 4 333-340 "Robert Ader, Founder of ... Cause immunosuppression. Suppress cell adhesion, antigen presentation, chemotaxis and cytotoxicity. Increase apoptosis. Release ... Central mediated since peripheral administration of CRH antagonist does not affect immunosuppression. Glutamate agonists, ...
*  Health management system
December 2002). "Behavioral conditioning of immunosuppression is possible in humans". FASEB J. 16 (14): 1869-73. doi:10.1096/fj ... Ader R, Cohen N (1975). "Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression". Psychosom Med. 37 (4): 333-40. doi:10.1097/00006842- ... give saccharin paired in a drink with a drug that creates immunosuppression, and later on, giving saccharin alone will produce ... immunosuppression. Such conditioning happens both in experimental rodents and humans. Evolution, according to Nicholas Humphrey ...
*  Neural top-down control of physiology
The cerebral cortex in rodents shows lateral specialization in its regulation of immunity with immunosuppression being ... Ader, R.; Cohen, N. (1975). "Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression". Psychosomatic Medicine. 37 (4): 333-340. doi:10.1097/ ... immunosuppression). After learning this pairing, the taste of saccharin by itself through neural top down control created ... "Behavioral conditioning of immunosuppression is possible in humans". The FASEB Journal. 16 (14): 1869-1873. doi:10.1096/fj.02- ...
*  Placebo
After learning this pairing, the taste of saccharin by itself is able to cause immunosuppression, as a new conditioned response ... Ader R, Cohen N; Cohen (1975). "Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression". Psychosom Med. 37 (4): 333-40. doi:10.1097/ ... For example, that agent might be cyclophosphamide, which causes immunosuppression. ... immunosuppression, Parkinson's disease and depression. Brain imaging techniques done by Emeran Mayer, Johanna Jarco and Matt ...
*  Health psychology
Ader, R. & Cohen, N. (1975). Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression. Psychosomatic Medicine, 37(4), 333-340. Schofield, W ...
*  Neurosarcoidosis
Treatment is with immunosuppression. The first case of sarcoidosis involving the nervous system was reported in 1948. ...
*  Muromonab-CD3
Bhorade, S. M., Stern, E. (2009). Immunosuppression for Lung Transplantation. Proc Am Thorac Soc 6: 47-53 "MacroGenics and ...
*  Bacteria
Heise ER (1982). "Diseases associated with immunosuppression". Environmental Health Perspectives. 43: 9-19. doi:10.2307/3429162 ... are opportunistic pathogens and cause disease mainly in people suffering from immunosuppression or cystic fibrosis. Bacterial ...
*  John E. Dohms
"Stress-mechanisms of immunosuppression." Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 30.1:89-109. 1996. Keeler, C. L., et al. " ...
*  Pathogenic bacteria
Other bacteria are opportunistic pathogens and cause disease mainly in people suffering from immunosuppression or cystic ... Heise E (1982). "Diseases associated with immunosuppression". Environ Health Perspect. 43: 9-19. doi:10.2307/3429162. JSTOR ...
*  Merkel cell polyomavirus
Persons with immunosuppression (e.g., AIDS or transplant patients) are at higher risk for this cancer and may benefit from ... Emergence of a painless lump that expands rapidly, especially among persons over age 50 or persons with immunosuppression, ...
*  Avian immune system
2005) "Immunosuppression threat" World Poultry. 21(2):18-22. Beach RH, Poulos C, Pattanayak SK (2007). "Farm economics of bird ... New studies show that stress is the number one cause of immunosuppression in birds. Stressors leave birds more susceptible to ...
*  Granulomatosis with polyangiitis
Treatment requires long-term immunosuppression. Granulomatosis with polyangiitis is part of a larger group of vasculitic ...
*  Lipoarabinomannan
1979). "Immunosuppression by mycobacterial arabinomannan". Clinical Experimental Immunology. 35 (2): 250-257. PMC 1537646 . ...
*  Howard L. Weiner
"Intensive immunosuppression in progressive multiple sclerosis. A randomized, three-arm study of high-dose intravenous ...
*  Shingles
Another important risk factor is immunosuppression. Other risk factors include psychological stress. According to a study in ...
*  Pancreas transplantation
After transplantation patients need lifelong immunosuppression. Immunosuppression increases the risk for a number of different ... During the modern era of immunosuppression, the whole pancreas transplantation technique with enteric diversion became the gold ...