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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The aim was to develop a new visual perception of MuLondon, based on its organic origin, respect for nature and expertise.
Sixteen percent of the symptoms were determined to have an organic origin, 10% had a psychologic origin, leaving 74% as unknown or medically unexplained symptoms (MUS).
Unlike mineral fertilizers, the majority of nutrients contained in fertilizers from organic origin, among them nitrogen (N), are not readily available for plants.
Michael Hugi (Swiss Gemmological Society) took the audience on a photomicrographic journey exploring the boundaries of inorganic and organic origin for different gem materials.
Our results indicate that organic origin is considered somewhat important for every 4th respondent, while only 3.7% of the interviewees paid attention to put organic food products in to their cart.
A tinge of Americana lends itself equally as well to its distinctly organic origin.
He also believes that the organic origin of his wines gives added value to their appeal here.
More than 2.500 products with a certificate for 100% organic origin from countries from all around the globe are being sold at BIOcult specialised store, opened in Skopje.
213, a condition must have a demonstrated organic origin. The court determined that the taxpayer suffered significant impairment from the disease.
Also, garden waste in the way of grass clippings, shredded prunings, leaves and manure, in fact, anything of organic origin. Yes - even old wool, silk or shredded cotton clothing.
Shopping 'green' for food in supermarkets can be difficult--deciding between products with labels proclaiming their organic origin, fair trade qualities or low carbon footprint can be confusing.