- pathologic anatomy,
- pathologic calcification,
- pathologic fracture,
- pathologic myopia,
- pathologic retraction ring,
- pathological anatomy,
- pathological liar,
Origin of pathological
Examples from the Web for pathologically
Their earthly needs are tended to by Mrs Doyle, the downtrodden, eccentric and pathologically dedicated housekeeper.
The second example, which is pathologically more important, is not subject to any such qualification.Group Psychology and The Analysis of The Ego|Sigmund Freud
Clinically and pathologically it bears some resemblance to papular eczema.Essentials of Diseases of the Skin|Henry Weightman Stelwagon
Pathologically, red corpuscles vary in size and shape, staining properties, and structure.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
To judge from the goodly patronage, it is pathologically effective as well.A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees|Edwin Asa Dix
It is caused by the growth of a fungus, and pathologically is the reaction of the tissues to the growth.
less commonly pathologic
1680s, "pertaining to disease," formed in English from pathologic + -al (1). Sense of "worthy to be a subject of pathology, morbid, excessive" (e.g. pathological liar) is attested from 1845. Related: Pathologically.