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Robbins & Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease (7th Ed) by V. Kumar et al.

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Pathological

Definition "adjective'' (1) Of, or pertaining pathology, especially on the structural and functional changes in tissues and... Read More

Pathologic

Definition "adjective'' (1) Of, or pertaining pathology, especially on the structural and functional changes in tissues and... Read More

Cytogenetics

Definition noun The branch of genetics that is concerned primarily in cellular components, especially chromosomes, in... Read More

False joint

False joint --> pseudarthrosis a pathologic entity characterised by deossification of a weight-bearing long bone, followed... Read More

Vacuolization

Definition noun, plural: vacuolizations The formation into, or multiplication of, vacuoles; being filled with... Read More

Coronary

Coronary (Science: anatomy, cardiology) a term applied to vessels, nerves, ligaments, etc. The term usually denotes the... Read More

Chemokine

Definition noun, plural: chemokines A chemotactic cytokine released by cells to function in chemotaxis, inflammation, and... Read More

Myomalacia

myomalacia pathologic softening of muscular tissue. Origin: myo-- G. Malakia,... Read More

Indicators and reagents

Indicators and reagents substances used for the detection, identification, analysis, etc. Of chemical, biological, or... Read More

Band cell

Definition noun, plural: band cells A cell derived from metamyelocyte and develops into a mature granulocyte during... Read More

Antixerophthalmic

Antixerophthalmic Denoting agents (vitamin a and retinoic acid) that inhibit pathologic drying of the conjunctiva... Read More

Alkalosis

Alkalosis (Science: biochemistry) a pathologic condition resulting from accumulation of base or from loss of acid without... Read More

Indicators

Indicators and reagents substances used for the detection, identification, analysis, etc. Of chemical, biological, or... Read More

Histology for Pathologists by S.E. Mills

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Tissue fixation

Definition noun A histological technique used in preserving biological tissue specimens for later cytologic, histologic, or... Read More

Physiology

Definition noun (1) A branch of biology that deals with the functions, mechanisms, and activities of organisms at the... Read More

Physiologic

Definition "adjective'' (1) Of, or pertaining to physiology or normal functioning or state of an organism (in contrast to... Read More

Resorption

resorption (Science: physiology) The loss of substance through physiologic or pathologic means, such as loss of dentin and... Read More

Hieromania

Hieromania (Science: psychiatry) An obsolete term for pathologic religious fervor characterised by delusions with a... Read More

Excavation

Excavation 1. A natural cavity, pouch, or recess. Synonym: excavatio. 2. A cavity formed artificially or as the result of a... Read More

Cup

Cup 1. An excavated or cup-shaped structure, either anatomical or pathologic. Synonym: poculum. Synonym: cupping... Read More

Disease

Definition noun, plural: diseases An abnormal condition of an organism which interrupts the normal bodily functions that... Read More

Austin disease

Definition noun A type of lysosomal storage disease that is often caused by a deficiency in multiple sulfatase enzymes, or... Read More