OTHER WORDS FROM pathologypa·thol·o·gist, noun
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How to use pathology in a sentence
The story provides an illuminating glimpse into many of the deeper pathologies afflicting the GOP, one that illustrates what’s on the line in Georgia with great clarity.A disgusting GOP attack ad shows what’s really at stake in Georgia|Greg Sargent|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
The five-page report, acquired by the Los Angeles Times, cited pathology and radiology scans, prescriptions, consent forms, and transcripts from phone interviews.Medical experts have uncovered more evidence of sterilization practices on women held by ICE|Purbita Saha|October 27, 2020|Popular-Science
Many viral infections can cause undiagnosed pathology, but severe long-term effects are relatively uncommon.A Million Deaths From Coronavirus: Seven Experts Consider Key Questions|LGBTQ-Editor|September 30, 2020|No Straight News
Also, the pathology, genetics and response to treatment differ.
This is because, Recht said, the pathologies in other body parts tend to occupy a greater number of pixels in the MRIs compared to those in the knee, where evidence of damage can be just a few pixels in length.Facebook and NYU researchers discover a way to speed up MRI scans|Jeremy Kahn|August 18, 2020|Fortune
Borlaug studied forestry, and then obtained a Ph.D. in plant pathology.
With no obvious pathology, physicians and scientists have little to study.
Living with the threat of random death raining down leads to a strange way of life, a pathology of indirect fire.Dodging Rockets in Afghanistan as the Taliban’s Fighting Season Begins|Nick Willard|May 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When Retsky showed the pathology report to William Hrushesky, his treating oncologist, the doctor exclaimed, “Mamma mia.”
This is the much bigger pathology that the partisans on the Court have allowed to evolve.Originalists Making It Up Again: McCutcheon and ‘Corruption’|Lawrence Lessig|April 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Epilepsy remains, notwithstanding all the advance in modern nervous pathology, quite as mysterious a disease as it has ever been.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
Hay fever "has a pathology" if urticaria has a pathology, for urticaria, too, subsides and leaves no traces.The Treatment of Hay Fever|George Frederick Laidlaw
The microscope ceased to be an object of interest, the secrets of pathology and physiology had been mastered.Etidorhpa or the End of Earth.|John Uri Lloyd
Many of these are of a pathological character, but others have no connexion with the domain of pathology.The Sexual Life of the Child|Albert Moll
The professor of pathology came along, a man who had more the look of a sacristan than of a physician.The Reign of Greed|Jose Rizal
British Dictionary definitions for pathology
Derived forms of pathologypathologist, noun
Medical definitions for pathology
Scientific definitions for pathology
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A branch of medicine that explores the nature and cause of disease. Pathology also involves the study of bodily changes that occur as the result of disease.