anergy


an·er·gy

noun \ˈa-(ˌ)nər-jē\

Definition of ANERGY

:  a condition in which the body fails to react to an antigen

Origin of ANERGY

International Scientific Vocabulary 2a- + -ergy (as in allergy
First Known Use: 1890

an·er·gy

noun \ˈan-(ˌ)ər-jē\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural an·er·gies

Medical Definition of ANERGY

: a condition in which the body fails to react to an injected allergen or antigen (as tuberculin)
an·er·gic \-jik\ adjective

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