from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See pathophysiology.
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- n. Pathophysiology: the physiological processes associated with disease or injury, or the study thereof
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The sum of knowledge regarding the modification of function of living organisms caused by disease.
Offered the opportunity to become Chief Resident of this service and to conduct, under the guidance of D.W. Richards, research on the physiology and physiopathology of respiration, he decided to settle in the United States, and became an American citizen in
Française in 1951 to present a report on the physiopathology of chronic cardiac failure.
"Further studies that assess Parkinson's Disease patients recovering from pathological gambling are needed to better understand the physiopathology of this impulse control disorder."
However such indirect tracers are not adapted to all clinical situations involving fibrosis, because of different physiopathology and the need to detect fibrosis as well as fibrogenesis.
"However, it is unknown how these changes relate to the physiopathology of the disease."
A better knowledge of these relationships will further our understanding of IBD physiopathology.
Peeling and colleagues  showed a significant reduction of the perihematomal neutrophil infiltration 48 hours after ictus using the free-radical - trapping agent NXY-059 in a rat ICH model, suggesting that ROS have an important role in the physiopathology of the inflammatory response.
Canon of Medicine, covering the functional anatomy and physiopathology of the pulmonary diseases that were known in his time in detail.
Avicenna discusses respiratory diseases in volume three of the Canon of Medicine, covering the functional anatomy and physiopathology of the pulmonary diseases that were known in his time in detail.
Another series of investigations by Heymans and his collaborators was devoted to the physiology of cerebral circulation and of the physiopathology of arterial hypertension of nervous and renal origin; also to the study of blood circulation during muscular exercise; to the physiology and pharmacology of animals totally sympathectomized; to the study of the survival and revival of different nervous centres after the arrest of blood circulation; to the pharmacology of stimulating substances of cellular metabolism, to the pharmacology of the lungs and many other problems.
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