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Pathology

Pathology
(Science: study) The branch of medicine concerned with disease, especially its structure and its functional effects on the body.
Any deviation from a healthy or normal condition.The branch of medical science that studies the causes and nature and effects of diseases.The study of how Changes an organisms functionality as a unit (like measles causing brain damage) and structural changes caused by diseases (like the creation of galls and tannins in plants).


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