Similar words: pathological, anthology, ornithology, morphology, psychology, methodology, ornithologist, ornithological. Meaning: [pə'θɑlədʒɪ /-θɒl-] n. 1. the branch of medical science that studies the causes and nature and effects of diseases 2. any deviation from a healthy or normal condition.
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1) The pathology protocol has been described previously.
2) They are not indicative of underlying pathology.
3) He earned a master's degree in plant pathology from the University of Wisconsin.
4) Biomedical scientists deal with 100m pathology tests a year, playing a crucial role in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
5) As a specialist in pathology, physiology and pharmacology, Mrs Coll received many teaching awards.
6) In this approach, the search for pathology and its roots are secondary.
7) The pathology department never had pride of place in any hospital Jean had ever seen.
8) The postmortem was done in the pathology department of the Perth hospital.
9) Marital pathology is fully recognised by those who give support through marriage counselling.
10) He has his forensic pathology run-down,[http://sentencedict.com/pathology.html] his neutron activation analysis.
11) What interests me is the psychology -- or pathology -- of women, what women will do in the name of love.
12) The underlying pathology is a widely distributed inflammatory lesion in peripheral nerves, with adjacent demyelination.
13) The different techniques used in hospital pathology departments before samples are tested may, therefore, affect results.
14) Also, slides and pathology reports can be obtained for second opinions.
15) The fact that millions of people share the same vices does not make these vices virtues, the fact that they share so many errors does not make the errors to be truths, and the fact that millions of people share the same form of mental pathology does not make these people sane. Erich Fromm
16) Can the problems of urban poverty be blamed on individual pathology?
17) George Montgomery made significant research contributions, especially to cardiovascular pathology.
18) Professor Hewer retired from the University as Professor of Pathology in 1968.
19) Supported by four applied science courses covering the biology, entomology and pathology of seeds, and plant breeding.
20) The original macroscopic descriptions were reviewed to ensure that the available slides represented an adequate sampling of significant pathology.
21) It is true that with increased years the incidence of multiple pathology increases.
22) Selfexams, low-fat diets, even mammography offer no guarantees of protection against an insidious and unpredictable pathology.
23) Emphasis has been placed upon the clinical aspects of infection and relevant questions on basic microbiology and pathology have therefore been included.
24) One seems to have more expertise if one diagnoses pathology in a patient than if one says there is nothing wrong.
25) Requests for samples of his mould soon came from several laboratories, including the pathology laboratory at Oxford.
26) Jean talked to her for a few minutes before going on towards the pathology department.
27) Yet despite the handicap ensuing from the mutation, and contrary to observations in human pathology, the strain appears to be unaffected.
28) I shall return to a fuller discussion of anthracnose pathology in due course.
29) Why then is the rate of circumcision up to six times greater than the incidence of preputial pathology?
30) PLA2 has been considered earlier to act mainly as a harmful agent in the pathology of various inflammatory diseases including acute pancreatitis.
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