Pathology. capable of producing disease: pathogenic bacteria.
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- pathogenic occlusion,
- pathognomonic symptom
Origin of pathogenic
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able to cause or produce diseasepathogenic bacteria
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Having the capability to cause disease.
Relating to pathogenesis.
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A descriptive term for a thing or condition that can cause disease.
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