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 DeCS Categories

E02 Therapeutics .
E02.792 Preservation, Biological .
E02.792.833 Tissue Preservation .
E02.792.833.660 Organ Preservation .
E05 Investigative Techniques .
E05.760 Preservation, Biological .
E05.760.833 Tissue Preservation .
E05.760.833.660 Organ Preservation .
G06 Microbiological Phenomena .
G06.550 Microbial Interactions .
G06.550.050 Antibiosis .
G07 Physiological Phenomena .
G07.410 Homeostasis .
G16 Biological Phenomena .
G16.062 Antibiosis .
HP1 Homeopathy .
HP1.007 Homeopathic Philosophy .
HP1.007.281 Pharmacodynamic Action of Homeopathic Remedy .
HP1.007.281.865 Alternating Effect .
HP1.007.281.893 Rebound Effect .
HP1.007.281.903 Secondary Effect .
HP2 Homeopathic Clinics .
HP2.018 Diagnoses in Homeopathy .
HP2.018.262 Medicamentous Diagnosis .
HP3 Homeopathic Therapeutics .
HP3.073 Classification of Homeopathic Remedies .
HP3.073.414 Medicamentous Tropism .
HP4 Materia Medica .
HP4.018 Homeopathic Remedy .
HP4.018.685 Homeopathic Remedy S .
 Synonyms & Historicals
Secondary Effect .
Secondary Action .
Reaction by the organism to the homeopathic remedy's primary effect which will lead to a better state of balance. .
Rebound Effect .
Paradoxical reaction of the organism to the primary (direct) effect of the medicine, producing opposite effect and increased after discontinuation or cessation of treatment. In homeopathy, it corresponds to the secondary (indirect) effect of the organism, used as curative response when the therapeutic similitude principle is applied. .
Homeostasis .
Autoregulation .
The processes whereby the internal environment of an organism tends to remain balanced and stable. .
Organ Preservation .
Organ Preservations .
Preservation, Organ .
Preservations, Organ .
The process by which organs are kept viable outside of the organism from which they were removed (i.e., kept from decay by means of a chemical agent, cooling, or a fluid substitute that mimics the natural state within the organism). .
Medicamentous Tropism .
Histotropism .
Organotropism .
Tropism of the Drugs .
Positive response to the therapeutical effects of some remedies by certain organs or systems. .
Homeopathic Remedy S .
Homeopathic Drug S .
Homeopathic remedy. .
/drug effects .
/effect of the drug .
/effect of drugs .
/effect of a drug .
/medication effect .
/effect of the medication .
/effect of a chemical .
/pharmacologic effect .
/effect of a pharmaceutical sustance .
/effect of a chemical substance .
/chemical substance effect .
/chemical effect .
/drug treatment effect .
/effect of the drug treatment .
/effects of medications .
/effects of a drug .
/medication effects .
/effects of the medication .
/effects of the medications .
/effects of the chemical substance .
/chemical substance effects .
/effects of chemical substances .
/effects of the pharmaceutical substance .
/effects of pharmaceutical substances .
/effects of the drug .
/effects of the drugs .
/pharmacologic effects .
/effect of remedies .
/effect of the remedy .
/effects of remedies .
/effects of the remedies .
/effects of the drug treatment .
/effects of chemotherapy .
Used with organs, regions, tissues, or organisms and physiological and psychological processes for the effects of drugs and chemicals. .
Alternating Effect .
The organism's response which leads to the appearance of symptoms opposite to those on which the prescription was based. Such situation is verified several times throughout the treatment. .
Medicamentous Diagnosis .
Diagnosis, Medicamentous .
Homeopathic Drug Selection .
Drug Individualization .
Indication of the homeopathic remedy to be prescribed based on a study of the patient's overall symptomatic picture according to the Similia Principle. .
Antibiosis .
Interference, Bacterial .
Antagonism, Microbial .
Antagonisms, Microbial .
Antibioses .
Bacterial Interferences .
Interferences, Bacterial .
Microbial Antagonisms .
Microbial Antagonism .
Bacterial Interference .
A natural association between organisms that is detrimental to at least one of them. This often refers to the production of chemicals by one microorganism that is harmful to another. .