pathological state


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Noun1.pathological state - a physical condition that is caused by disease
physical condition, physiological condition, physiological state - the condition or state of the body or bodily functions
health problem, ill health, unhealthiness - a state in which you are unable to function normally and without pain
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to an side There are bloggers who expend all their efforts in a pathological state of intensity by pouring over everything to do with Rangers at the expense of writing about their own club.
The Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) of the Department of Science and Technology defines malnutrition as the pathological state, general or specific, resulting from a relative or absolute deficiency or excess in the diet of one or more essential nutrients, which may be manifested clinically or detectable by physical, biochemical or functional signs or both.
The amygdala is a key regulator of emotion and stress and its adaptation to aldosterone signaling due to chronic alcohol drinking illustrates fundamental adaptations across organ systems that underlie the pathological state associated with AUD, said Kathleen Grant, Ph.
Fatigue reflects a physiological, psychological, and potentially pathological state that decreases an individual's energy.
Either directly through trauma, or indirectly through secondary disease indications, brain death is the final pathological state that over 60 million people globally transfer through each year.
In vitro diagnostics provide valuable information regarding the physiological and/or pathological state of body and therefore are very essential to take well-informed medical decisions.
Our analysis showed that "social maladjustment" and "maladjustment to stressful events" were predictors of pathological trait anxiety scores, while "being unemployed" and "maladjustment to stressful events" were predictors of pathological state anxiety scores.
Best known for his influential opinions on the physical degeneracy of New World natives, De Pauw described the internal anatomy of Africans not as symptoms of climatic adaptation but as evidence of a quasi-permanent and pathological state.
Dipsomania is a pathological state consisting of morbid, uncontrollable, periodical need to consume alcohol in large quantities every week and month.
AH: The GARF is good and useful, like the GAF (Global Assessment Scale) in that it gives you a way to describe functioning on a range from healthy to unhealthy, without defining a pathological state.
I think we'd be better served by divorcing happiness from the medical model of mental health, which views unhappiness as a pathological state.
After six months, the state of the mice undergoing treatment was closer to that of the mice with no mutations than to their own initial pathological state.