from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. the pathology, or doctrine of the nature of diseases, which attributes all morbid phenomena to the disordered condition of the fluids or humors of the body.
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One of the opponents of humoral pathology was Asclepiades of Prusa in
He was not so successful in establishing his doctrine of crasis based upon humoral pathology and just here Virchow's fruitful activity begins.