triad response

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A set of three non-specific general responses to prolonged stress observed in laboratory animals: enlargement of the adrenal cortex; shrinking of lymphatic tissue; ulceration of the stomach lining and duodenum. These responses have also been observed in some athletes under stress.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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