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Pathological

Definition

"adjective

(1) Of, or pertaining pathology, especially on the structural and functional changes in tissues and organs of the body caused by the disease.

(2) Indicative of, dealing with, or that caused by, a morbid (disease) condition.


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Related forms: pathologically (adverb)

Synonym: pathologic


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