organic disease

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organic disease

n
(Pathology) any disease in which there is a physical change in the structure of an organ or part. Compare functional disease
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I will add here a few other observations connected with the discoloration of the sea from organic causes.
Kasper noted that about 90 percent of the time, physical symptoms like recurrence of common headache and body pains are not properly diagnosed, or there's no organic cause to be identified.
Self-mutilation is usually associated with psychiatric conditions, but may have an organic cause.
Being unable to sleep and having the same choking feeling again, she was readmited to the same hospital but no physiological or organic cause was detected.
In the management of acute mitral incompetence with an organic cause, supportive therapy can stabilise patients long enough to prepare the operating suite.
I jumped to the reason for Sofia's referral, described by an unidentified emergency room provider in one phrase at the bottom of the page: "Eight-year-old Puerto Rican female with chronic and persistent abdominal pain and leg paralysis with no known organic cause.
Endorsing the call given by World Gastroenterology Organization, the doctors emphasized the one of the problem of community that is irritable bowel syndrome in which in the absence of organic cause patients having abdominal symptoms such as diarrhoea, constipation or both which affects their quality of life.
1) The causes may vary from simple dysfunctional uterine bleeding without any organic cause to the endometrial cancer.
It is important to exclude an organic cause for a delirium (such as infection or medication) before a diagnosis of PP is made.
Excluding an organic cause or a neurologic disorder is important when diagnosing conversion disorder (10); Ms.
Overnight polysomnography and next-day multiple sleep latency tests represent the most commonly used sleep studies usually reserved for cases of insomnia with an organic cause.
Although our university gives service to a patient population with a higher sociocultural level compared to the whole of Turkey, the underlying cause may be expected to be a non-organic cause including mother-baby interaction, eating-feeding problem and a factor affecting the child's development negatively in the social environment considering the fact that no organic cause could be found in many children who had growth deceleration or retardation.