At the clinical level, doctors have a financial incentive not to discuss end-of-life care with patients.
In April, a clinical psychologist diagnosed her with posttraumatic stress disorder.
The clinical way to defy the mate-hunting odds, as Spindel can testify, boils down to one thing: location.
In Psycho a psychiatrist (the young Simon Oakland) tells us in clinical terms what we've seen.
Now 30, she went on Prozac when she was still in high school to treat her clinical depression.
The clinical features vary with the extent of the infection.
clinical thermometers cracked if they were left lying about on tables.
He worked like a horse, did Walker—huge consulting practice—hours a day in the clinical wards—constant original investigations.
clinical observation has not yet gained much by these methods.
Glucose is by far the most common, and is the only one of clinical importance.
clinical clin·i·cal (klĭn'ĭ-kəl)
Relating to the bedside treatment of a patient or to the course of the disease.
Relating to the observed symptoms and course of a disease.