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  • adj. Pathophysiological: pertaining to the physiological changes caused by disease, or to the study thereof

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to physiopathology.


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physiopathology +‎ -ical


  • The pre-AIDS syndrome which was at a certain time defined by the term ARC (AIDS-related complex), is les and less recognised as a physiopathological entity.

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  • He saw that the physiopathological conditions arising from alcoholism were analogous to those caused by the continued abuse of drugs such as morphine, cocaine, and barbiturates.

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

  • We also hope that all will be cared for by physiopathological bridages.


  • These types of cells accompany neurons and are widely used as models for studying the physiopathological mechanisms of alcohol in foetal alcohol syndrome, a disease that develops in some unborn babies when the mother consumes excessive levels of alcohol and which leads to a range of severe neurological disorders. - latest science and technology news stories

  • The endocannabinoid system is involved in a broad range of functions and in a growing number of physiopathological conditions. Main RSS Feed

  • Joulia-Ekaza D, Cabello G (2006) Myostatin regulation of muscle development: molecular basis, natural mutations, physiopathological aspects.

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  • The physiopathological mechanism underlying the tinnitus phenomenon is still the subject of an ongoing debate.

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  • T cells underlie their non-redundant role in several physiopathological contexts and are therefore being exploited in the design of new immunotherapeutic approaches.

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  • Lortet S (1996) Energy metabolism patterns in mammalian myocardium adapted to chronic physiopathological conditions.

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  • Previous studies have investigated transcriptional changes in mouse or rat muscle atrophied due to physiopathological conditions, but this is the first to use human tissue affected by a genetic atrophic condition.



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