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Is there a strict usage difference between 耐性 and 耐容 in medical contexts?
According to WWWJDIC and ALC, 耐性 is used for drug tolerance (e.g., 耐性現象), but 耐容 is used for radiation (e.g. 耐容線量). Based on that, my guess is that 耐性 can be used to express neutral effects like ...
Jan 11 at 22:57
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