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- pathology (n.)
- "science of diseases," 1610s, from French pathologie (16c.), from medical Latin pathologia "study of disease," from Greek pathos "suffering" (see pathos) + -logia "study" (see -logy). In reference to the study of abnormal mental conditions from 1842. Ancient Greek pathologia was "study of the passions;" the Greek word for "science of diseases" was pathologike ("pathologics").
- 1. The eighteenth century saw the devolopment of modern pathology and experimental surgery.
- 2. I guess I have to throw the ball back at Pathology.
- 3. I do believe some changes in Pathology are necessary.
- 4. Ultrastructural investigations have become an integral part of cell biology and pathology.
- 5. They were also regarded as diseases or part of the morbid pathology of functions.
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