pathologic secondary headaches are more serious and likely require brain imaging to determine the main cause of the pain.
This pathologic state is observed only in the hottest regions of the earth.
The pathologic fluids are classed as transudates and exudates.
However careful a urinalysis may be, there is no assurance that one can predict the pathologic state of the kidney.
There are also grouped fractures, the pathologic anatomy of which is similar.
The pathologic condition is due to change in the relations of the bones rather than to any change in the bones themselves.
As a result of this pathologic picture the authors are of the opinion that they may have been dealing with a mild infection.
An agent which causes the dispersal of a tumor or of a pathologic neoplasm of any kind.
Probably a similar separation of other pathologic conditions, now so entangled as to be indistinguishable, will be evolved.
Between them they gave away the most important secrets of the Galaxy to an enemy, a man of endless, pathologic ambition.
pathological path·o·log·i·cal (pāth'ə-lŏj'ĭ-kəl) or path·o·log·ic (-ĭk)
Of or relating to pathology.
Relating to or caused by disease.