Adverse

Adverse or adverse interest, in law, is anything that functions contrary to a party's interest. This word should not be confused with averse.

Read more about AdverseAdverse Possession

Other articles related to "adverse":

Safety Pharmacology - Study Design
... studies have to be designed for defining the dose-response relationship of the adverse effect observed ... onset and duration of response) of the adverse effect has to be investigated ... Generally, the doses eliciting the adverse effect have to be compared to the doses eliciting the primary pharmacodynamic effect in the test species or the proposed therapeutic effect in humans ...
Adverse Possession
... In property law, adverse possession refers to an interest in real property which is contrary to the in-fact owner of the property ...
Adverse Effects Of Fluoroquinolones - Adverse Reactions and Toxicities - Adverse Reactions
... The most common adverse effects of the fluoroquinolones involve the gastrointestinal tract, skin, CNS, and PNS ... Severe adverse events such as hepatitis (trovafloxacin), hemolytic uremic syndrome (temafloxacin), and eosinophilic pneumonitis are thought to be specific to individual agents and as such not considered to ...
List Of Clinical Research Topics - Study Participant Confidentiality and Safety
... Adverse drug reaction Adverse event Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences Data confidentiality in clinical trials Data monitoring committees Ethics Committee (European ...
Adverse (hip Hop Artist)
... Adverse is an American hip hop artist known for his intellectually challenging lyrics and complex rhyme-schemes, syllabic placement and on-stage antics ... Adverse usually produces his own music, using an MPC 2000, a technic 1300 turntable and one mic ...

Famous quotes containing the word adverse:

    The duty of the State toward the citizen is the duty of the servant to its master.... One of the duties of the State is that of caring for those of its citizens who find themselves the victims of such adverse circumstances as makes them unable to obtain even the necessities for mere existence without the aid of others.... To these unfortunate citizens aid must be extended by government—not as a matter of charity but as a matter of social duty.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)

    [Religious establishment] is adverse to the diffusion of the light of Christianity ... [because] with an ignoble and unchristian timidity it would [be] circumscribed, with a wall of defence, against the encroachments of error.
    James Madison (1751–1836)