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Synonyms for pathological

Synonyms for pathological

of or relating to the practice of pathology

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caused by or evidencing a mentally disturbed condition

caused by or altered by or manifesting disease or pathology

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Pathological microscopes are devices used in detection of pathogens and rapid diagnosis of diseases.
"Our findings have shown that there is a positive relationship between the severity of daily stress, the intensity of Facebook engagement, and the tendency to develop a pathological addiction to the social networking site," concludes Julia Brailovskaia.
Many studies have investigated the features and differences of DN and NDRD, most of which sought to identify the influence of some risk factors for DN or NDRD, such as diabetic retinopathy (DR), course of DM, and hematuria.[5],[6],[7] On the other hand, with the developments in society and health care, the number of elderly patients and the incidence of renal biopsies are increasing annually,[8] prolonging the course of some chronic diseases, and changing the spectrum of the pathological patterns of CKD.
Such an unnecessary practice should be banned, and all pathological laboratories should be directed to give just the test-reports only for the tests conducted mentioning the safe range-limit.
Spouses of pathological gamblers suffer from chronic or severe headaches, stomach problems, dizziness, and breathing difficulties, in addition to emotional problems.
On the other hand, Esperon remains a pathological liar, Agcaoili said.
Age range was 17 to 50 years, mean age of 24.16 SD + 7.05.The present study will help to support the prophylactic removal of impacted 3rd molar as some of these pathological changes may be life threatening.
'All pathological labs and CT Scan units in Punjab have their control in Lahore.'
(3,4,7) Despite the established relationship between natural history, clinical findings and pathological diagnosis of LS in adults, this relationship is not well documented in children.
NEW YORK -- Anxiety has become a common descriptor for fears, worries, or concerns, but the diagnosis of anxiety as a pathological affective disorder in children requires attention to the age of onset and the types of triggers, according to a presentation at a pediatric psychopharmacology update held by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
PESHAWAR -- Speakers at a capacity building workshop here on Tuesday complained about a lack of training programmes for workers of pathological laboratories saying the situation causes incorrect investigations.
This view has been corroborated by a number of studies that found GRIN2B to be implicated in phenotypes associated with rewards-related and impulsive behaviour such as smoking initiation (Vinik et al, 2009), alcoholism (Wernicke et al, 2003), pathological gambling (Lee et al, 2009), and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD [Arnold et al, 2009]).
Patients thought to be inoperable and/or unresectable for clinical staging, patients with neoadjuvant treatment, and patients with a pathological diagnosis outside of adenocarcinoma were excluded from the study.
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