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  • calciphylaxis — A condition of induced systemic hypersensitivity in which tissues respond to appropriate challenging agents with a sudden, but sometimes evanescent, local calcification. * * * cal·ci·phy·lax·is .kal sə fə lak səs n, pl lax·es .sēz an adaptive res …   Medical dictionary

  • calciphylaxis — cal·ci·phy·lax·is …   English syllables

  • systemic calciphylaxis — a rare syndrome of rapidly progressive ischemic necrosis of skin and soft tissue secondary to calcific uremic arteriolopathy, seen in end stage renal disease …   Medical dictionary

  • topical calciphylaxis — 1. the formation of a circumscribed area of calcification in response to subcutaneous injection of the challenging agent …   Medical dictionary

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