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pa·thog·no·mon·ic

 (pə-thŏg′nə-mŏn′ĭk, păth′əg-nō-)
adj.
Specific to a certain disease or condition, as a symptom or finding on physical examination.

[Greek pathognōmonikos : patho-, patho- + gnōmonikos, able to judge (from gnōmōn, interpreter; see gnō- in Indo-European roots).]
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pathognomonic

(ˌpæθəɡnəˈmɒnɪk)
adj
(Pathology) pathol characteristic or indicative of a particular disease
[C17: from Greek pathognōmonikos expert in judging illness, from patho- + gnōmōn judge]
ˌpathognoˈmonically adv
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path·og·no·mon·ic

a. patognomónico-a, rel. a un signo o síntoma característico de una enfermedad.
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