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Definitions

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  • n. The mechanism by which a pathological condition occurs

Etymologies

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patho- +‎ mechanism

Examples

  • These data support the notion that the ZNF9 protein may play a role in DM2 and that the RNA-mediated dominant gain-of-function model for myotonic dystrophy is not the only pathomechanism for the disease. in vivo biochemical function for ZNF9 has hindered the ability to clearly define the role that ZNF9 plays in DM2.

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  • Here we discuss a dual, pressure-induced and secondarily ischemic pathomechanism on the base of in vivo magnetic resonance imaging diagnostics which may remain unconsidered by computed tomography.

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