physiopathology
noun Date: circa 1889 a branch of biology or medicine that combines physiology and pathology especially in the study of altered bodily function in disease • physiopathologic or physiopathological adjective

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  • physiopathology — physiopathological /fiz ee oh path euh loj i keuhl/, physiopathologic, adj. /fiz ee oh peuh thol euh jee/, n. the science dealing with the disturbances of bodily function resulting from disease. [1900 05; PHYSIO + PATHOLOGY] * * * …   Universalium

  • physiopathology — noun Pathophysiology: the physiological processes associated with disease or injury, or the study thereof …   Wiktionary

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  • physiopathology — n. study of damage to bodily function due to disease …   English contemporary dictionary

  • physiopathology — phys·io·pathology …   English syllables

  • physiopathology — noun see physiopathologic …   Useful english dictionary

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