Anaphylaxis (pronounced an-uh-fil-LAX-is) is a severe and potentially life-threating allergic reaction. Learn about its causes, symptoms and treatment.
Get information about the causes of anaphylaxis, plus tips for preventing and treating it.
Learn about the several ways that anaphylactic symptoms can present, including biphasic anaphylaxis.
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