Deltoid Bursitis CS
Syncope CS

NOTE: CS = convincingly supports a causal relationship; FA = favors acceptance of a causal relationship; FR = favors rejection of a causal relationship; I = inadequate to accept or reject a causal relationship.

a The committee attributes causation to individuals with demonstrated immunodeficiencies.

b The committee attributes causation to the measles component of the vaccine.

c Although not originally charged to the committee by the sponsor, the committee considered this adverse event in its review of the literature.

d The committee attributes causation to yeast-sensitive individuals.

e The committee attributes causation to the tetanus toxoid vaccine. The evidence is inadequate to accept or reject a causal relationship between anaphylaxis and diphtheria toxoid or acellular pertussis vaccine.

f The committee attributes causation to the rubella component of the vaccine.

g The committee attributes causation to two particular vaccines used in three particular years in Canada.



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