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- adj. Of, pertaining to, or causing pathogenesis.
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- adj. Pathogenic.
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- Same as pathogenic.
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My disillusionment from clinical medicine that diseases can be cured based on understanding their pathogenetic mechanisms, along with a magical and enchanting attraction to biochemistry made the decision easy.
The imbalance between phenomenology and pathogenetic mechanisms of diseases on one hand, and the lack of any mechanism-based treatment for most of the major killers on the other hand, made me seriously think that I was on the wrong trail.
Details underlying the exact pathogenetic mechanisms are continuously being unravelled.
Non-pathogenetic, correctly folded PrPc proteins exist in a host before prion infection.
Delusional hyper-identifications of the Fregoli type: Organic pathogenetic contributors.
We shall assume here the most common pathogenetic form of emphysema, that proceeding from chronic bronchitis and bronchial obstruction, moving on to the hyperinflated obstructive type of ventilatory insufficiency.
If we add to these remarks, that Apis corresponds to gastric and typhoid conditions, as was shown before, with remarkable similarity of symptoms, we find, without doubt, that all known erysipelatous forms of inflammation are covered by the pathogenetic effects of Apis.
On the other hand, the pathogenetic manifestations appeared all to point to
The pathogenetic symptoms, almost uniformly experienced, are the following, the dose being from one to five drops:
The further study of the pathogenetic powers of any particular bacterium involves the active immunisation of one or more previously normal animals.