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pathophysiological

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  • adj. Pertaining to pathophysiology.

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Examples

  • This induces a cascade of reflexes and pathophysiological changes, which, if uninterrupted, will lead to death, primarily due to tissue hypoxia … ..

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  • The pathophysiological mechanism of carbon monoxide poisoning has not been clearly elucidated.

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  • The major problem for mental disorders as currently defined is that their causes and pathophysiological mechanisms remain largely unknown.

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  • What, beyond abnormal, dysregulated cell division, was the common pathophysiological mechanism underlying cancer?

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  • There appears to be some plausible pathophysiological rationale for both tests.

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  • An acute disease, such as influenza, is a necessary pathophysiological process instituted by the body itself, designed to eliminate the excess body wastes by way of the mucous membranes.

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  • "Our results suggest that the responses to elevated testosterone can be compared with these pathophysiological conditions," the researchers wrote.

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  • On the other hand, the UKPDS trial involved several treatment arms and greater heterogeneity of comorbid conditions in the subjects as well as more variation in the the tempo of the various pathophysiological disturbances and the pathophysiology of type 2 is much more complex than in type 1.

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  • Also favoring the higher levels are current theoretical considerations regarding what seems to be a major pathophysiological factor in ARDS.

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  • It is the sickest patients that simplistic rules formulated by committees harm the most and in whom the pathophysiological diversity is likely to overwhelm premature generalizations and an overly eager rush to mandate treatment rules.

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