Pathology

Pathology is the precise study and diagnosis of disease. The word pathology is from Ancient Greek , pathos, "feeling, suffering"; and , logia, "the study of". Pathologization, to pathologize, refers to the process of defining a condition or behavior as pathological, e.g. pathological gambling. Pathologies is synonymous with diseases. The suffix "path" is used to indicate a disease, e.g. psychopath.

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<a href="/book/multiple-system-organ-failure">Multiple system organ failure</a>
Fry, Donald E
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<a href="/book/clinical-hematology-%3A-principles%2C-procedures%2C-correlations">Clinical hematology : principles,...</a>
Koepke, John A
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<a href="/book/hemopoietic-system">Hemopoietic system</a>
Jones, Thomas Carlyle
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<a href="/book/social-costs-genetic-welfare">The social costs of genetic welfare</a>
Miringoff, Marque-Luisa
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