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- adj. Of or pertaining to nosology
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- adj. Of or pertaining to nosology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to nosology, or a systematic classification of diseases.
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Which is why Spitzer, in perhaps his first act of what he would come to call “nosological diplomacy,” had to issue his denials in the first place.
Hence, for the most apparent, the most clearly defined, and the best understood foundation for a nosological scheme for insanity, we are forced to fall back upon the symptomatology of the disease—the apparent mental condition, as judged from the outward manifestations.
He believed that therapy was independent of any nosological system and had to reflect the unique circumstances presented by each individual case.
Handy was obviously little interested in nosological categories; most of the inmates were described as maniacs.
Is schizophrenia a group of ill-defined syndromes, or is it a true nosological entity?
The nosological status of neurotic depression: A prospective three to four year follow-up examination in light of the primary-secondary and unipolar-bipolar dichotomies.
Genetic and nosological aspects of schizotypal and borderline personality disorders.
They use a nosological psychiatric classification system and view individuals and families from a psychodynamic point of view.
For this kind of practice nosological orientation was particularly valuable.
… This is a typical emotional psychosis of which the nosological setting has aroused interminable discussions … Like Kraepelin and Capgras, I consider that it does not belong to the class of true delusions … The patient considers himself to be the victim of an injustice which he wishes to redress, and attempts to obtain satisfaction at any price …